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Such strenuous partying lends itself to rolling in
at 4:00 a.m. or not coming in at all; despite
USM's location in the heart of the traditional
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"Puttin' On the Ritz"
October 29, 1983
All of Hattiesburg joined the USM campus in "Puttin'
On the Ritz" to celebrate Homecoming 1983.
Homecoming activities began Thursday afternoon
with a car parade through downtown Hattiesburg and
a golf tournament on Friday. A midnight pep rally was
held on campus Friday evening, with a community-
wide pep rally to highlight Saturday afternoon busi-
ness at Cloverleaf Mall. The Alumni Association pre-
sented a Homecoming Gala reunion bash at the
Alumni House prior to the Golden Eagles' effortless
31-3 victory over Southwestern Louisiana's Ragin' Ca-
Winners of the campus-wide Homecoming display
competition were revealed at pre-game festivities,
with first place winners receiving trophies on the 50-
yard line. Alpha Tau Omega emerged with overall
honors for their "USM-ATO Victory Party" display,
with Kappa Sigma and Phi Theta Kappa as overall
First place champions in the category of beauty were
Pinehaven, Kappa Sigma, and Chi Omega. Hillcrest,
Sigma Chi, and Kappa Delta carried away top honors
for originality. Recognized for first place themes were
Hickman Hall, Alpha Tau Omega, and Delta Delta,
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October 31, 1983
Never mind that Halloween is for kids. All Hal-
lows Eve in Hattiesburg succeeded in bringing
out the kid in most every USM student. The
enchanted Monday evening followed in the heels
of a rowdy Homecoming weekend and kept the
creatures that go bump in the night partying
until the early morning hours. Bonnie and
Clyde's and Cash McCool's were among many
area night spots to sponsor costume contests,
providing good music, dancing, and company
for all concerned, but the Jaycees annual haunt-
ed house had the real costume show, and was a
favored Halloween stop-off for a chill-raising
scare. The R.C. Cook Union Halloween Carnival
entertained students and Hattiesburg residents
alike, featuring a mock horror wedding ceremo-
ny to join couples in the bonds of morbid matri-
mony, a space walk balloon, a haunted house,
and a fortune teller booth. At twilight, the Uni-
versity Activities Council presented an outdoor
double feature of Jekyll and Hyde Together
Again and the classic Rocky Horror Picture
Show. Southern's students turned the evening
into a celebration calling for foolishness of the
highest order and proved that Halloween is a
holiday for kids of any age.
University Activities Council
One For the Road: LeRoux
Plays Finale Concert at
October 4, 1983
It was a dark October night. The sky was
filled with clouds, smoke, and the sounds
of Louisiana's LeRoux.
Before the concert, faces peered over
each other straining for a look at what was
going on behind stage, where trucks and
equipment stared mysteriously back.
Bands carry a mystical quality with them
wherever they go and LeRoux was no dif-
ferent. However, they turned out to be
just ordinary people who enjoy their music
. . . good ol' rock-n-roll.
LeRoux is composed of five members: Jim
Odom, Fergie Frederikson, Rod Roddy,
Leon Medica, Tony Haselden, and David
Peters. Medica, who serves as a spoke-
man for the band, wrote LeRoux's big hit
"New Orleans' Ladies" with Hoyte Gar-
wick. He stated that since the release of
their last album, So Fired Up, the band
decided to pull off the road after the USM
appearance. "Everyone is working on
separate projects. The band has been to-
gether for seven years and a break-up is
possible. It depends on what happens in
the next six months on so." Added Peters,
"This (LeRoux) is only a stepping stone.
It's time to take the next step."
Reflecting upon their fame, the band
members said that they have no problems
with being recognized in public. Medica
explained, "Some girl came up to me ear-
lier and asked me if I was in the road
group. I said yeah and asked if I could help
her move anything. But I like these free
concerts. We don't play much in L.A. We
do a lot of jobs like this one. They're casu-
al .. . fun." Said Peters on the topic of
fans, "They're just people who are inter-
ested, curious . . . they want to talk. I think
it's a compliment."
Regardless of the impending break-up,
the band continues to collaborate. Key-
board instrumentalist Roddy is working on
the soundtrack for a new movie, "Horror
on Caposa Bayou," which is scheduled for
release in New Orleans during Mardi Gras
and nationwide this summer. Jim Odom is
doing the engineering on the record and
Frederikson sings the theme and several
The bond between the band members is
unmistakable. Said Frederikson, "This is
the best band I ever played for." Their
absence will be felt.
Joan Jett's rock philosophy is simple: "Go
from your gut." She went for the gut
Wednesday, October 12, at the Reed Green
Although suffering from bronchitis, she hit
the stage with no visible loss of energy. "Are
you ready to get sweaty?" she shouted to the
audience. "Well, you came to the right
University Activities Council
Goes From the Gut in Controversial USM Appearance
October 12, 1983
With that, she launched into an hour and a
half of straight-ahead, teenage frustration
rock-n-roll. Her performance met with near-
unanimous howls of assent from her audi-
ence, most of them appearing to be under 18.
Jett covered many of her more well-known
songs, including "Everyday People," "I Love
Rock and Roll," and "Crimson and Clover,"
as well as an incendiary cover version of the
Rolling Stones' "Star Star."
"Do Ya Wanna Touch" and "I Love Rock
and Roll" were the obvious highlights of the
show, with audience participation at its
height. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts left the
stage, but returned to perform "Shout" for
EDITOR'S NOTE: The controversy sur-
rounding Jett's concert had little to do with
onstage antics. Scheduled interviews and
photo sessions with representatives of cam
pus publications were abruptly cancelled
after student reporters and photographers
were kept waiting for hours. Apparently un-
happy with modest ticket sales, Jett report-
edly stated that she will never play USM
Merchant of Venice
October 12-15, 1983
"The original production of the play . . . has a distinct melodramatic appeal. A major theme of the play centers around illusion and reality. Things are
not what they seem. The play asks us to see beneath the gilded outer surfaces of its characters. As in real life, the characters are neither purely good
or evil but display a variety of traits. It is a sad irony that . . . the victims of prejudice often repeat the sins of their oppressors. It is only through for-
giveness and mercy . . . that these evils may be overcome. To these qualities should be added the virtues of understanding and tolerance."
Assistant to the Director.
C. Warren Robertson
George T. Crook
.... Larry D. Mullican
Michael D. Crum
Prince of Morocco
Michael D. Crum
Prince of Arragon
Attendant to Morocco
Attendant to Arragon
Duke of Venice...
, Susan J. Whitenight
Karen L. Rice
J. Dagney Bell
Lynette D. Bullock
... Marlin Seal
Todd B. Sanmillan
John DeChairo, USM Music Department
November 11, 1983
The University Activities Council with Dae-
dalus Productions of New York presented
the musical Side By Side By Sondheim in
Bennett Auditorium on Friday, November
Side By Side is a Broadway revue praising
the incredible achievements of Stephen
Sondheim in American musical theatre. His
talents as both a lyricist and composer have
been very much in evidence in many success-
ful productions over the past 25 years. Sond-
heim has received more Tony Awards for
"Best Musical" than any other man in histo-
Side By Side is primarily a musical produc-
tion, featuring 29 songs taken from a diverse
group of musicals; little emphasis is placed on
plot, a flaw overcome by an excellent cast.
Members of the cast include Susan Palmer,
Bill Powell, Tamara Serenduke, and William
Act 1 opens with "Comedy Tonight" from A
Funny Thing Happened On the Way to
the Forum. Although "Comedy Tonight"
was sung by a group of twenty actors in the
original play, the small cast of Side By Side
handled it admirably. "You Must Meet My
Wife," from A Little Night Music, about an
18-year-old virgin who plans to remain as
such even in marriage, and "Barcelona,"
from the musical Company were standouts
in this act. Both are songs that all theatre
patrons should hear.
"I'll Never Do Anything Twice," from The
7% Solution was much enjoyed by this au-
dience. There were a few sexual puns and
"I'll Never Do Anything Twice" was overall a
bit risque. Susan Palmer sang "Broadway
Baby" from Follies; she has the ability to do
more than just adequate, but she did not real-
ize her potential in this song.
Sondheim's compositions "I Remember" and
"Can That Boy Foxtrot" did not survive
Evening Primrose and Follies but en-
joyed a special niche in Side by Side.
The highlight of Act II was "You Gotta Have
a Gimmick" from Gypsy. Tinsley, Palmer,
and Serenduke's rendition of this burlesque
piece had the house rolling with laughter.
"Side by Side by Side" from Company was
an appropriate closing song.
Christie Gash, a junior majoring in marketing,
summed up the general reaction of the audi-
ence to the production. Said Gash, "For what
they had to work with, it was wonderful."
University Activities Council
December 2, 1983
How did you spend the evening of December
Approximately 350 USM students attended
the Vixen concert in Bennett Auditorium,
with many students choosing to attend the
traditional Chi Omega Songfest instead. The
University Activities Council sponsored the
Vixen concert, and Victor Bailey, UAC music
chairperson, said that he was pleased with
the audience turnout.
The all-female rock band played all origina
music with the exception of the song "Under
My Thumb" by the Rolling Stones. The ma-
jority of the audience enjoyed this change
from the usual Top 40 genre and expressed
approval by dancing.
Victor Bailey said, "This was definitely the
best performance we've had in two years."
Tight leather was an obvious attraction in
Vixen costume and a male audience mem-
ber's comments included, "... the girls were
foxy." Physical critiques aside, most concert
goers agreed that the band put on an impres-
UAC recorded the concert on video tape and
plans to use the tape for future promotions
with the permission of Vixen band members.
Art Center Series
Great American Mime Experiment
Thursday, October 20
A powerful mime extravaganza
Norman Luboff Choir
Monday, October 31
A performance by the unquestioned leader in all ranges of vocal music
The Acting Company
Wednesday, November 30
In a creative production of Shakespeare's Pericles
Thursday, February 9
The super virtuoso pianist
Thursday, March 8
Benjamin Britten's hilarious comic opera
Great American Mime Experiment
University Activities Council
Welcome Back Week
September 12-16, 1983
rhe University Activities Council presented its
innual "Welcome Back Week" September
12-16, kicking off Fall Semester with a burst of
\ different form of entertainment was
banned for each night of the week. Comedian
Pom Parks was the Monday night entertain-
nent. Parks was voted "1983 Campus Enter-
ainer of the Year" at USM. Many students
emembered Parks from his show last year,
and a high turnout was proof of this.
On Tuesday night, UAC held a food giveaway
where Chris Bliss did a teaser for his crowd-
pleasing comic juggling act.
The rock and soul band Sparkle performed on
Wednesday night, playing Top 40 hit songs
and a few of their own compositions. Some
students just sat back and listened while oth-
ers were more enthusiastic and danced.
Thursday at dusk the movies Star Trek: The
Motion Picture and The Wrath of Khan
were shown on the southside of the stadium
The rock band the Piggies finished out the
week on Friday night. The Piggies are home
based in Nashville, Tenessee, but are not re-
lated to the famous Miss Piggy.
Rock and soul band Sparkle
DG, SAE Clinch Top Spots
In Chi Omega Songfest
December 2, 1983
Clad in white gloves and formal black, Delta Gamma and
Sigma Alpha Epsilon basked in the spotlight at the annual
Chi Omega Songfest with stylish performances that mer-
ited first place honors in the Friday, December 2 event.
Delta Gamma captured the top position with a jazzy
rendition of "Boogie Woogie Santa Claus of Delta Gee,"
with Sigma Alpha Epsilon carrying away first prize for a
winning version of "The Twelve Days After Christmas."
Second place winners were Delta Delta Delta and Kappa
Sigma, with Kappa Delta and Sigma Chi placing third.
Comic performances by Sigma Nu and Kappa Alpha
rivaled the winning groups in soliciting audience approv-
al. Sigma Nu performed a "Greatest Hits" melody that
included such endearing Sigma Nu classics as "You Are
My Hosebag." The Ghosts of KA Christmas Past, Pre-
sent, and Future highlighted such past crowd-pleasers as
gatoring, the "Aints," and the untimely demise of Ru-
dolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.
The show drew $3312.58 in donations, with all proceeds
going to the United Way.
Chairperson for the event was Missy Ezelle.
Union Board/Department of Theatre and Dance
February 13-18, 1984
Auditions were held during the first week of
December for an 11 member cast of Southern
students who would present six sold-out perfor-
mances of "Hello, Dolly!" The dinner theater,
held in the R.C. Cook University Union, ran from
February 13-18. Dr. Blaine Quarnstrom direct-
ed "The GREAT Musical SMASH HIT" which
was judged for overseas tours by Dr. Berger,
chairman of the American Theater Association,
and by Dr. Davis, of the United States Navy.
The cast looked forward to presenting the musi-
cal at military bases in Europe and the Orient.
American customs and traditions could be seen
throughout the play; several characters wore
red, white, and blue costumes, and flags and
sparklers were carried.
Based on Thornton Wilder's "Matchmaker,"
"Hello, Dolly!" takes place in New York during
the early 1900's. Dolly Levi (Lynette Bullock), a
rich widow, schemes to get a wealthy
storeowner, Horace Vandergelder (Joey Gau-
tier), to become her new husband. She dresses
elaborately in vivid colors of purple and red. She
has an answer for everything; her mischief even
lands Horace Vandergelder in jail!
Favorable comments and hearty applause could
be heard as the cast danced its way through the
aisles. Kerry Jenkins, who played Ambrose
Kemper, and Heidi Cline, a theater major who
played Irene Molloy, spoke enthusiastically
about fellow cast members. Both praised the
superb talents of the rest of the cast; they felt
that the "unreal" gifts of the performers contrib-
uted to the ease of learning song and dance
routines choreographed by Karen Quarnstrom.
They agreed that audience reaction was great
and that the four weeks of rehearsal, as well as
the final performances, were a lot of fun.
Such enthusiasm on the part of the cast spilled
over into six energetic shows, making "Hello,
Dolly!" one of the theatrical highlights of the
1983-1984 school year.
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Associated Student Body/
January 28, 1984
Talent, evening gown, and swimsuit competitions, judges' inter-
views, and an "All That Jazz" theme provided the glitter for the
competition and crowning of Miss Southern 1984, sophomore
Beth Glover. Beth, a communications major from Hattiesburg,
was one of 14 USM coeds vying for the title in the Associated
Student Body sponsored pageant. Other winners were Kenya
Harrington, first runner-up; Kim McGuffee, second runner-up;
Donna Ginn, third runner-up; and Heidi Cline, fourth runner-
up. Suzanne Schwarzuauer was named Miss Congeniality;
Hope Martel won the swimsuit competition; and Michelle Ni-
chols received the Directors' Award. Kim McGuffee also won
the talent competition.
Delta Gamma hosted the pageant, a preliminary for the Miss
Mississippi and Miss America contests.
Serving as Mistress of Ceremonies was Helen Waltman, a for-
mer swimsuit winner and top ten finalist in the Miss Mississippi
Missy Ezelle, Dina Alford, Michelle Elliont, and Sharon Garbin
provided dance entertainment at the competition.
University Activities Council
November 16, 1983
As the curtain opened, the prince of the black art
stood majestically. Uttering the secret thoughts of the
skeptic audience, Karges continued to captivate by
linking class and wedding rings, levitating tables, and
reading numbers from dollar bills while blindfolded.
Craig Karges, a sorcerer of the world of ESP, succeed-
ed in mystifying and intriguing the USM campus in a
show worthy of Merlin himself. In the past, Karges has
predicted newspaper headlines days in advance and
has piloted a motorcycle while blindfolded.
Although his USM appearance was somewhat less
eventful, skeptics departed believers, having wit-
nessed the wizardry of an expert.
Junior Panhellenic Talent Show
February 6, 1984
The 1984 Junior Panhellenic Talent Show, held at Bennett Audito- Jay Kerrick, Billy Powe, and Carl Cole. The group performed the numbers
rium on February 6, was sponsored by the Junior Panhellenic Coun- "Broken Lady" and "Annie."
cil. Proceeds from the show were placed in a scholarship fund for
outstanding Greek women pledges.
In the variety category, the first place winner was Ebony Essence, a
vocal group composed of Tammy Winfrey, Carole Lee, Chiquita
Moore, and Dale Trotter. They sang "Ice Castles." Second place
variety winner was Tanya Wallace with her version of "He's a Way
In the vocal division, first place winner was Tammy Roberts, who
performed a rendition of "They Could Not." Second place vocal
winner was Connie Mitchell who sang "When the Time Comes I Want
to Be Ready."
Overall winner of the show was a seven member band made up of
Dexter Herring, Shelton Feazell, Brian Whittington, Mark Houston,
Southern Exposure members are Brian Whittington, Angela Earles, Bobby Hensley, Jill
Bailey, Nona Hughes, Shelton Feazell, Lisa Hargett, Shawyn Mars, Mattelyn Cassels, Eddie
Jones, Beth Glover, Ken Waltman.
Southern Exposure performers harmonize in more
than just the musical sense. Southern Exposure's Di-
rector Tim Breland said, "I think this group works
together better than any other so far . . . by the end of
the fall semester, we were like a big family, which
makes all the difference in the world of performing."
Nancy Wingo, Southern Exposure's choreographer,
and Tim Breland have known each other since the
seventh grade. Like the performers, they too seem to
have a peaceful rapport. "It's almost a mental thing,"
said Breland. "She knows what I'm thinking before I
say it. We work well together because of our similar
America Today is the 1984 theme for Southern Ex-
posure. The revue-style show combines Broadway,
country music, and pop hits in a fast-paced song-and-
dance display. Performances are scheduled through-
out the state at high schools, junior colleges, alumni
meetings, chamber of commerce meetings, and con-
ventions. The troupe will end its regular season with
appearances at the 1984 Louisiana World Eposition in
New Orleans. Breland will also try to schedule shows
in the vacinity of Opryland auditions. Past members
have gone on to New York City with national touring
companies, Opryland, and Six Flags Over Texas.
Tim Breland was a member of the original Southern
Exposure troupe. He holds a Master's degree in music
education from USM. Nancy Wingo also received
training at USM, and is a dance graduate. Sets for
Southern Exposure are designed and illustrated by
Sissie Myrick, graphic artist for USM Public Relations.
David Judice is the audio specialist and band members
are Ben Burnett, drums; Mark Houston, bass; Carl
Cole, banjo and guitar; Tim Breland, piano; and Billy
Powe, keyboard synthesizer and saxophone.
Theatre and Dance
March 29-31, 1984
Brenda Lynn Davis
Dorothy "Peaches" Rogers
Dorothy "Peaches" Rogers
University Activities Council
Jack Gallagher/ Airband
February 13, 1984
Boston comic Jack Gallagher and the First An-
nual Airband Competition shared the billing on
a University Activities Council and Coors spon-
sored Valentine's extravaganza.
Jack Gallagher, who has appeared with Robin
Williams, among many other well-known co-
medians, led off the Monday night show at
Bennett Auditorium with a fast-paced comic
routine. His performance was followed by a
seven band contest among groups who
danced, strutted, beckoned, and lip-
synced before a cheering audience in hopes
of capturing top honors — with a first place
prize of a keg of Coors beer — in the competi-
Selections performed ranged from a cover of
"Helter Skelter" to the recent "99 Red Bal-
loons." Artists imitated included Stevie Won-
der, Prince, and Michael Jackson.
Groups were judged on the basis of artistic
talent and technical ability. Capturing the first
place position was the female band Undercov-
er, made up of Pam Jenkins, Brenda Miller,
Debbie Wade, and Donna Wade.
University Activities Council
February 22, 1984
The stakes were high at the University Activities Council's annual
Casino Night, held on a Wednesday night in the R.C. Cook Union.
Students made and lost fast fortunes in play dollars in the course of
Participants were issued $50,000 dollars of the funny money at
the door and had the opportunity to multiply their take by betting
on games such as blackjack, craps, and in-between.
All gambling drew to a close at 10:00 p.m. for an auction of prizes
donated by local merchants. Items up for bid included Mickey
Mouse ears, mugs, board games, candy, and pizzas. With UAC
sponsor Joe Paul serving as auctioneer, the bids went well up into
the millions for such sought-after prizes as cases of beer.
Although most players finished out the evening with nothing more
than a fistful of worthless cash to show for their efforts, a winningly
good time was had by all.
September 27, 1983
"He was destined to die from birth and
he was dying when I met him," said Ai-
phonso Lingis, referring to the man who
shared a cell with him when he was arrested
on charges of drug possession in Bangkok.
Lingis, a professor of philosophy at Pennsyl-
vania State University, opened the Fall 1983
University Forum lecture series with an ac-
count of his recollections of the five days he
spent in a Bangkok jail in 1979. He was ar-
rested when he agreed to purchase drugs
offered to him by a cab driver taking him to
his hotel. The driver immediately transport-
ed him to the police station. Lingis maintains
that he was arrested to prove that Americans
are responsible for Bangkok's drug problem.
"Addicts work with the police," he said.
"They get 50 percent of the fine."
The majority of Lingis' lecture centered upon
his relationship with his cellmate. He de-
scribed the man as a "political prisoner" who
attempted to make the most of life. "Death is
the last moment of the future ... it is immi-
nent . . . [but] it is always hoped that you have
an unlimited number of days."
Through the efforts of an Embassy lawyer,
Lingis was able to leave the country after
paying his fine. When he later attempted to
find out what had happened to his cellmate,
he discovered that the man had committed
suicide by jumping off a two-story building,
dying several days thereafter.
October 4, 1983
"I was a good Soviet and I did believe in
the system," said Arkady Shevchenko of
the Russian society he left in 1978 to seek
political asylum in the United States. Shev-
chenko held the highest diplomatic rank in
the Soviet Union and many believed that he
would have been the next Soviet Foreign Min-
Speaking of the Soviet attitude toward the
U.S., Shevchenko emphasized that Russia re-
spects strength. With this in mind, he advised
that the U.S. policy should be to negotiate,
not collaborate, and to trade rather than aid.
He described Russia as an oversimplification
of power in the hands of a few people. "They
don't know any other system," he said.
"They are taught to accept."
He pointed to the incident of the shooting
down of the Korean airplane as a characteris-
tic example of Soviet disregard for human
life. In the minds of the Soviets, he said, "The
killing of innocent is nothing compared to the
problem of Soviet security." Soviet military
were severely punished for permitting the
entrance of the plane, with many Soviets los-
ing their jobs. Referring to the pilot who fired
upon the plane, he said, "If he had not shot
the airplane down before it was out of Soviet
airspace, I think he would have been shot."
On the subject of nuclear war, Shevchenko
characterized the Soviet leaders as "predato-
ry, but not mad." The Soviet Union realizes
that the U.S. has the power to wipe out the
major Soviet cities. "They will not start a
nuclear war unless they believe the survival
of the Soviet Union is at stake."
October 11, 1983
"We are fighting without violence. We
are a peaceful movement. We don't
want to kill anybody," said Maciej Oltar-
zewski, citing the Christian morality of the
Solidarity movement in Poland. Oltarzewski,
who was an attorney in Poland before his
arrest for counter revolutionary activities and
subsequent exile to the United States, served
as legal counsel and financial advisor to Soli-
darity leader Lech Walesa.
Between 1970 and 1980, "we realized we
needed to be together." The Solidarity move-
ment had its true beginning in August of
1980 when a strike was held at a Gdansk
shipyard in support of a woman who was
being forced out of her job. The Solidarity
structure was built on the underground news-
papers for Farmer's and Worker's Solidarity
that Oltarzewski edited in Poland. Papers
printed on the underground press "teach the
true politics and literature." He called it a
"strategy born in prison camps." Oltar-
zewski emphasized that moral support for
the movement in the U.S. is the most impor-
tant support of all, noting that Ronald Rea-
gan is "very popular" in Poland.
Oltarzewski blames the mental stress from
being watched by Secret Service agents as
his reason for leaving Poland. He feels cer-
tain that he will return to Poland in the future.
October 25, 1983
"We have simply taken the law in our
own hands. I think this is a very shaky
time for the U.S.A. We're getting close
... it will be just a question of luck,
what will happen next," said award win-
ning journalist Seymour Hersh of Grenada. "I
don't like to see my country acting like a
bully." As far as the U.S. is concerned, the
Beirut situation is "a pimple in history." "It's
nothing," said Hersh. "Two hundred [killed
men] is just another day in the war."
Of Lebanon, Hersh stated, "I can't tell you
how many of us have begged in print to get
[us] out of Lebanon." In his dealings with
Lebanon, Hersh characterized Ronald Rea-
gan as an "ignorant president. Not a beggar,
not a criminal, not a liar — just ignorant."
Reagan displays many shortcomings in deal-
ing in foreign policy, said Hersh. "Reagan
likes to ride his horse and not be bothered by
things . . . he'd be a wonderful neighbor." He
praised Eisenhower as the last good presi-
dent. "He was wrong on some things, but he
was a man of integrity."
In speaking of Henry Kissinger's service as
national security advisor to Nixon, the topic
of the book Hersh recently completed work
on, Hersh said that Kissinger betrayed the
peace process to get into the White House.
He said that in researching his book, he was
unable to find any indications that Nixon or
Kissinger cared about human cost. "Nixon
was a criminal and was driven out of his job as
such," he said.
November 15, 1983
"We have to learn from our mistakes to
prevent these catastrophes by making
the practices illegal that gave us all
these waste sites," said Hugh Kaufman,
director of the Environmental Protection
Agency's toxic waste disposal program.
"There exists one ton of hazardous waste for
every man, woman, and child. 90 percent of
this is handled in a way that will affect the
health of the American people," said Kauf-
man. Criticizing the failure of the Reagan ad-
ministration to enforce EPA regulations, he
said, "I think EPA is coming back, but it still maintain. The third crisis outlined by Harring-
has a long way to go. Many regulations on the ton was the technical revolution. When it hits
books have legalized the practices we are full-force, rapid changes will begin within
trying to clean up." business.
While there is no technology to destroy nucle-
ar waste, all other forms of toxic waste can be
made non-hazardous. Said Kaufman, "It's a
political problem as opposed to a technical
problem." Such waste is unnecessary; less
can be generated, and that which is can be
converted to harmless forms, but it is more
convenient to throw it away. Kaufman esti-
mates that out of 17,000 documented dump
sites needing remedial action, a possible 10
sites will be dealt with. The EPA has cleaned
up five sites to date. "With that record, it will
take 9,000 years to clean up this country,"
November 29, 1983
"Ronald Reagan is a very luck failure.
Reagan is practicing sand castle eco-
nomics and the recovery has occurred
in spite of Reaganomics," said Michael
Harrington, co-chairman of the Democratic
Socialists of America. In Harrington's opin-
ion, Reagan's reform policies are "95 per-
cent wrong" and the present state of recov-
ery will last only until the next election.
However, according to Harrington, Reagan is
not unprincipled or dishonest; he is a shallow
planner who "is being saved by demand side
Beyond Reagan, Harrington cited three prob-
lems that will cause crisis for America. The
first problem mentioned is the division of la-
bor among countries, with many countries
making steel cheaper than the U.S. Harring-
ton commented that "there may not even be
a steel industry as we know it today in 20
years." The second problem is the rapid for-
mation of multi-national corporations of busi-
ness, making national industry even harder to
Alphonso Lingis, Arkady
Shevchenko, Maciej 01-
Hersh, Hugh Kaufman,
Nearing conclusion, Harrington stated, "I be-
lieve deeply in the national security of this
country ... I do not believe the insane . . .
arms race helps this country." The present
Democratic party is "intellectually bank-
rupt" and totally incapable of dealing with
today's problems. The aim, therefore, is for a
"transformed Democratic party"; as an
American Socialist, Harrington believes that
the Socialists are the trustees of the possibili-
ties of civilization.
December 6, 1983
"We are stuck on an increasingly small
globe, and rich, poor, black, white,
communist, or capitalist, we had damn
well better learn how to share it," said
William Raspberry, award-winning journalist
and columnist with the Washington Post.
Raspberry, originally from a small Mississippi
town, returned to his home state not to dis-
cuss how Mississippi has changed since he
left it, but to talk about more pressing issues:
American domestic problems, international
affairs, and the current tense global situation.
On the domestic front, Raspberry expressed
concern for what he sees as a growing impa-
tience of Americans with those outside the
mainstream: the handicapped, blacks, Hi-
spanics, and the poor. This manifests itself in
what Raspberry called the "sink-or-swim"
method of chopping off government aid for
these people, a policy which Raspberry sees
as harmful, especially to the young.
Speaking on international affairs, Raspberry
protested against an American foreign policy
he views as motivated by economic, rather
than humanitarian factors. He would "love to
see the U.S. help peasants struggling for
emancipation" in Latin America instead of
hooking onto a country's existing regime to
keep things stable for business purposes.
He also attacked what he called the "Atari
mentality" of the U.S. -Soviet arms race. "If I
have one man left and you haven't, I win."
Raspberry said that we must recognize that
"the more powerful our weapons become,
the less security we really have."
Residence Hall Council
March 1, 1984
Although official Mardi Gras celebrations
weren't held until nearly a week later, with
Mardi Gras itself declared as a student holi-
day at USM, Southern students got in the
spirit of the occasion early at the 7th Annual
Mardi Gras Ball on Thursday, March 1.
The party, held at the Hattiesburg Communi-
ty Center, was sponsored by RHA. Geared
specifically towards dorm-dwellers, a shuttle
service was provided from the Hub every
King and queen of the ball were selected by a
secret ballot vote, with each hall submitting
candidates. Elam Arms resident Tommy
McGlothlin was chosen king, with Hillcrest
resident Linda Elder serving as his queen.
Elam resident Keith Sanders, sporting a Boy
George-inspired look, carried away the prize
for best costume in an election held by the
crowd at large.
Featured entertainment was the Atlanta-
based band Oasis, managed by Sunburst pro-
Chairman for the event was Jerry Kucia,
Bond Hall vice president.
Parking Situation Strikes
Terror In Hearts
of USM Students
With only 5,759 parking spaces to match 6,509
registered vehicles, illegal parking was an all-
too-familiar occurence during the fall semester.
After hours of strenuous study, a fatigued stu-
dent might leave his last class only to find his
illegally parked get-away car gone and replaced
by a $25 towing fee. One distressed student
reportedly received two $6 parking tickets on
the same day for the same violation! Needless to
say, parking seemed to steadily drain the pock-
ets and provoke the tempers of unfortunate stu-
dents. Wrecker services and parking attendants
became the student's worst enemies on the USM
Parking illegally seemed unavoidable for the
Southerner when he or she arrived on campus
too late to seize a legal parking space or simply
had no time to explore the outskirts of campus
for one. Likewise, many female students, in or-
der to avoid walking alone at night in poorly lit
areas, chose closer, yet prohibitied, places to
park near the residence halls.
Not only was parking a problem on campus in
yellow and red painted zones, handicapped
spaces, and in places contrary to the assigned
zone, but student parking proved to be a prob-
lem in private businesses' parking lots. Jeanne
Stewart, manager of Pandora's Books, said that
student parking poses a problem to most of the
businesses along Hardy Stret. Although she ad-
mittedly had no problems every day, Stewart
said that she towed away the ones in front of the
store immediately and placed warning notices
on the vehicles parked in the back. Hence, those
who thought they were getting away with some-
thing by parking illegally off campus, were even-
tually forced to pay the price too.
Many students believed that the problem would
be solved by completely cutting out the zone
system. "We don't have a parking problem on
this campus. We have a parking distribution
problem," said Professional Planner and Leader
of the Community and Regional Planning Pro-
gram, Joe Flynn. Still others, who felt that the
zone system was a vital need for parking organi-
zation, wanted to maintain it by increasing the
number of parking spaces. Recommendations
by the Community and Regional Planning Pro-
gram, an undergraduate project, in mid-October
were to change some traffic flow patterns to
provide parking spaces where none existed and
to restripe parking spaces to increase the num-
During the Thanksgiving holidays, six new
spaces were added between the Sports Arena
and the girls' gym by changing the spaces from
60-degree to 90-degree angles. Ten more new
spaces were added by remeasuring and repaint-
ing, to a standard nine feet width each, parking
places from the intersection of College Drive
north on the west side of the Service Drive.
Further plans to increase the number of parking
spaces were to remeasure and repaint spaces
along Felder Place between Panhellenic and the
Alumni House, and, if money permitted, to pro-
vide parking spaces on the east side of the Ser-
vice Drive all the way from Hardy Street to the
intersection across from the tennis courts.
By the spring semester, the parking situation
had laxed because of the decrease in student
population due to dropouts. Parking violations
were at a minimum, and towed cars were almost
unheard of. The students themselves found oth-
er things to gripe about and other people to
despise. However, the parking situation, al-
though seemingly under control, was not com-
pletely solved. New solutions proposed by a
long-range University Planning Committee and
the Associated Study Body were underway to
alleviate parking problems expected to enroll
with the influx of students in the fall of 1984.
5 r i
From Philadelphia Boy to Six Million Dollar Man
Marcus Dupree Goes Pro
For most USM students, Marcus Dupree was
not merely a 6 foot, 233 pound football play-
er, but a major event. When rumor got out
that Dupree was to enroll at USM in October,
mixed emotions dotted the campus. Most stu-
dents seemed to welcome the ex-Sooner run-
ning back with open arms, while still others
dreaded the controversy that his enrollment
might cause. "I feel that if he can fit into the
program with the coaches and players, he
can be a plus to the school. If he comes in and
creates controversy between players, then
the team could go down," said senior athletic
administration major Lester Coleman. "I'm
glad he came here instead of [Mississippi]
State," said freshman electronics major
Benny Hubbard. Roxanne Burrus, a fresh-
man majoring in English, stated that "It's
raising too much controversy. They should
have waited until the end of the semester. I
think that they are making too big a thing of
it." When Dupree did, indeed, enroll at USM,
the university was subjected to more national
attention than it had ever received. The cam-
pus was invaded by reporters from around
the nation, all of them anxious to scoop the
sports story of the year.
"What's so great about Marcus Dupree?"
was everyone's question after his name was
broadcasted through the radio and television,
splattered across newspaper headlines, and
boosted by other students. "What did he ever
do to receive so much attention?" Marcus
Dupree, a native of Philadelphia, Mississippi,
grew up great. As a kid he was always bigger,
stronger, and faster than the others. Starting
out as a baseball player, he was banned from
the Little League for pitching too hard. The
first time he touched the football in a game as
a ninth grader at Philadelphia High, young
Marcus returned a punt 75 yards for a touch-
down against Southeast Lauderdale. "I guess
I'm good because I don't want to be tackled,"
he says. He finished his high school career
with 5,283 yards and 87 touchdowns under
his belt. His high school coach Joe Wood
praised him as a mentally tough team player.
"There are three kinds of backs" says
Wood, "those real fast but not big, those big
but not fast and then the third kind, the Mar-
cus kind. He has an ungodly knack for finding
the hole. People just can't judge how quick
he can move. He'd break it down the sideline
here for a touchdown and outrun everybody
and people would say, 'He's loafing.' I tell
you he wasn't loafing; he was moving on. He
played hurt and he took his licks." "I try to
make things look easy and God gave me the
ability to do that," says Dupree of his extraor-
dinary talent. With such an outstanding athle-
tic history, Marcus Dupree could not have
been surprised to find recruiters knocking
down his door in their eagerness to make the
biggest catch in football history. "If a strang-
er shows up in this town," said Dupree's
mother, Cella Connors, "they ain't lookin' for
nobody but Marcus." Southern author Willie
Morris took advantage of this vast recruit-
ment process by writing a lengthy hardcover,
The Courting of Marcus Dupree, which
ties in sports with sociology. When Dupree
finally selected Oklahoma, his hometown of
Philadelphia threw a "Marcus Dupree" day.
The local paper published a "Marcus Du-
pree" issue, and highway signs were mount-
ed to declare the new identity: "Philadelphia,
Mississippi, home of Marcus Dupree." Du-
pree was hailed as no less than a gift from
During his freshman year, Dupree was a gift
to the University of Oklahoma, leading the
Sooners in rushing with 905 yards. But by the
following year, things appeared much less
rosy. Relations between Dupree and Sooner
Head Coach Barry Switzer became strained
by Switzer's constant criticism of Dupree.
Switzer called Dupree "lazy and out of
shape," saying that "it's all come too easy for
him." Marcus was miffed that Switzer never
seemed to believe that he had hamstring and
knee injuries, asthma, car trouble, or alarm
clock malfunctions. He felt that Switzer
blamed him personally for a 32-21 loss to
Arizona State in the Fiesta Bowl. "He gained
239 yards," Switzer allowed, "but if he was
in shape he might have had 400."
Furthermore, Dupree seemed disenchanted
with his studies. He rarely went to classes and
hardly lifted a finger for homework. Accord-
ing to Jim Brown, academic counselor for the
athletic department of Oklahoma State Uni-
versity, Dupree regularly cut classes, failed
tests, and went through the drop/add pro-
cess. In a remarkable lapse of judgment, he
failed to attend most of the sessions of Philos-
ophy 1203, a class taught in part by Universi-
ty President William S. Banowsky. Said Du-
pree of his poor academic showing, "They
[recruiters] made everything sound so big and
glorious. I was so busy hearing about being on
TV and winning the Heisman, I never thought
about what school would be like. I'd go to
practice, go to my room, watch TV, and hang
around. I was so homesick and depressed
that I stopped going to classes." After a mis-
erable showing against Texas, Dupree went
home to Philadelphia and decided to stay for
good. "I know that some people here who
were on my bandwagon will jump off now,"
said Marcus. "But the ones I trust know I
have to try for a decent, happy life. I couldn't
do that before, with my priorities so mixed
A week later, in mid-October, Dupree en-
rolled at USM. Here, he believed, the pres-
sure would be off and he would perhaps be
eligible to play football the following fall.
Switzer branded Dupree as a "19-year-old
quitter." Dupree rebutted, saying that he
was transferring, not quitting, in order to be
near home. He signed up for 14 hours of QQ
classes, settled into the routine of Southern
college life, and looked forward to an enjoy-
able Golden Eagle football career. In mid-
December, however, when NCAA rules
banned Dupree from playing football at its
major colleges until 1985, Dupree's situation
again changed. On January 18, he abruptly
dropped out of USM. Southern students were
both stunned and appalled. A sign outside
the University Commons read, "Thanks for
all the 'memories,' Marcus." Cries of "trai-
tor" and "let him go home to Momma"
stripped away his credibility on campus. "I
think he needs to grow up and realize that
some things in life we have to work for," said
Laura Cope, a junior majoring in elementary
education. Still others sympathized with the
two-time quitter, defending him as a con-
fused human being.
After dropping out of Southern, Dupree's im-
mediate plans were to take a construction job
in Hattiesburg to assist his family financially.
Tentative future plans included enrolling in
an NAIA school or possibly Millsaps College,
a Division III school in Jackson, Mississippi.
When the news got out that Dupree had just
quit college a second time, however, his
phone began to ring. USFL and NFL repre-
sentatives alike sought after the super ath-
lete. The New Orleans Breakers, a USFL
team, were given permission to talk to Du-
pree by the New Jersey Generals, who held
territorial rights on him. In exchange for Du-
pree, the New Orleans Breakers agreed to
give the Generals their first round draft
choice in 1985, a player to be selected later
from the Breakers' territorial list. After talks
with Breakers owner Joe Canizaro, Dupree,
no longer of amateur status, decided he want-
ed to play professional football in New Or-
leans. Said Dupree, "I don't really like
school. College isn't for everybody and I
guess it is just not for me. All I want to do is
try to make my life simple, mind my own
business, and try to make things fun." With a
$6 million contract, Dupree should have
plenty of fun. In an elaborate outdoor cere-
mony on the ground of the Superdome on
Saturday, March 3, Dupree signed the
lengthy contract which included a reported
$5 million package of cash, deferred pay-
ments, and performance clauses. Breakers
owner Canizaro, dubbing Dupree "the six
million dollar man," had nothing but praise
for him. Said Canizaro, "Marcus Dupree has
convinced me he is a team player. He wants
his teammates to accept him, and he wants to
work with them to win for the Breakers.
We've got what is going to be the finest foot-
ball player in America." Breaker Coach Dick
Coury said, "He's an outstanding talent and
an outstanding person. I'm looking forward to
coaching him." The team seemed equally en-
thusiastic about their new teammate. Said
veteran quarterback Johnny Walton to Du-
pree, "The team cannot wait for you to put
on number 22. When you put on that uniform
you will help us become closer to our goal
which is to bring a championship team to the
New Orleans area."
Marcus Dupree, the event that briefly stirred
the USM campus, created a hoopla that
spawned decidedly emotional reactions.
While many remain bitter and maintain that
the University would have done well without
him anyway, others are happy for him and
wish him well. Said USM Head Football
Coach Jim Carmody upon Dupree's with-
drawal from USM, "I hope things work out
for him in the future and we wish him the best
April 4, 1984
Marcus Dupree, with his mother at his side, an-
nounces his newly-acquired Golden Eagle status
to the world in a press conference held in the
USM Administration Building on Wednesday, Oc-
tober 19, 1983.
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From harmless red wagons to corrupt male pros-
titutes, the 1983 gubernatorial race disintegrat-
ed into a massive battle of mudslinging and em-
bitterment that yielded perplexity in the minds
of Mississippians. Were homosexual allegations
against Democratic candidate Bill Allain valid or
was it a smear tactic dredged up by Republican
supporters of Leon Bramlett? Would the fact
that Catholic Bill Allain is divorced "fence him
out," or was Bramlett just playing desperate
politics? The events leading up to these ques-
tions made the election of 1983 a very contro-
versial, bewildering, and intriguing one.
Leon Bramlett, a farmer and businessman, grew
up in Clarksdale. Merely a decade ago, he was
the State Democratic chairman; however, he
changed parties as part of his support for Ron-
ald Reagan's losing bid for the GOP presidential
nomination in 1976. Bramlett lost the Republi-
can primary in 1979 but came back to win in
Natchez native Bill Allain has served the state
for 20 years. He has been a member of the State
Board of Education for four years and finished
his term as Mississippi's attorney general in i
1983. He defeated Evelyn Gandy in the 1983
primary to become the Democratic gubernatori-
Both candidates made a point of appealing to
voter's emotions rather than their heads. In his
television commercials, Allain spoke of a little
red wagon his parents gave him during the De-
pression, emphasizing the need to take care of
the elderly and sick. "We're going to have an
administration tough enough to govern yet com-
passionate enough to care," he said. Business-
oriented Bramlett stressed instead the need for
government to help the people help themselves
rather than "buying the little red wagon for
them." He felt that the problem lies in our state
and federal governments doing too much for the
During his campaign, Bramlett emphasized the
need for a "family man" in the governor's man-
sion, wielding a blatant attack on the divorced
Allain. "I know more in a minute about educat-
ing a child than he'll ever know, because I've
done it," argued Bramlett, "Single people,"
countered Allain, "should not be fenced out
from government. I know the problems of raising
children, to send them to school, to try to do it on
government pay, a small paycheck. I've seen
single people die in war. Single teachers are
doing a good job. Single people are paying taxes
so others can get an education." Independent
Charles Evers, also divorced, accused Bramlett
of "mudslinging," saying his remarks were "dis-
respectable" and "ungodly."
But, without doubt, the major uproar in the
1983 gubernatorial race was caused by accusa-
tions branding candidate Bill Allain as a homo-
sexual. The investigation was conducted by a
group of Bramlett supporters called the Jackson
group. Spending over $10,000 on the investiga-
tion, the group was made up of both politically
motivated men and Christian men with moral
concern. The group originally began with six
members, but eventually numbered some 15 to
30 supporters, many of them contributors to the
Bramlett campaign. Attorney William Spell said
that the investigation was carried out indepen-
dently of the Bramlett campaign, with the candi-
date voicing his objections.
As presented by Spell, the accusations were
based upon statements from three black male
prostitutes claiming that they had engaged in
homosexual acts with Allain, polygraph tests
from two of the prostitutes indicating that their
claims of homosexual acts with Allain were
truthful, statements of police officers and former
police officers who said they had seen Allain in
areas of Jackson where male prostitutes fre-
quently solicited customers, and statements of
maintenance workers who testified that they
had found "queer magazines" in Allain's apart-
Many reasons to doubt the validity of the allega-
tions quickly arose. Statements made by prosti-
tutes David Holiday and Grady Arington were in
direct conflict. Furthermore, Rex Armestead,
who assisted in acquiring statements from the
reluctant police officers, was a self-professed
murderer of nine people.
In response to the allegations, Bill Allain aired
two new television commercials. In one of the
advertisements, Allain's ex-wife Doris Rush ap-
peared stating, "I have watched in disgust as the
Bramlett campaign has tried to smear my for-
mer husband. I know the charges they are mak-
ing about Bill are not true." In another commer-
cial Allain was featuring rebuking the Bramlett
campaign. "I say to Mr. Bramlett, the people of
Mississippi deserve to hear the issues, not insults
to their intelligence," he declared.
While campaigning in South Mississippi, Allain
stated that "He (Bill Spell) is not my opponent.
Three bribed male prostitutes with criminal re-
cords are not my opponent. He is not my judge.
Three bribed male prostitutes are not my
judges. My opponent is Leon Bramlett and my
judges are the people of Mississippi." Allain
threatened a libel lawsuit against "all responsi-
The charges of Allain's homosexuality brewed
uncertainty in the minds of Mississippian voters.
Some voters remained loyal to their candidates,
but many others switched candidates or decided
not to vote at all.
In a mock election held at USM on Thursday,
November 3, it was evident whom the students
supported. Leon Bramlett, with 111 votes,
wiped out Allain who faltered behind with 37
votes. Behind him were Charles Evers, with 16;
Evelyn Gandy, five; Billy Taylor, two; and Helen
McMullen Williams with one vote.
With many of the voters in Mississippi reluctant-
ly beginning to support Bramlett, Allain submit-
ted himself to a polygraph test shortly before the
gubernatorial election. He passed the test, theo-
retically proving himself innocent of the allega-
tions. Allain declared that he took the test solely
for "personal reasons." He expressed concern
that polygraphs would become a regular part of
Mississippi political campaigns. "I don't want
this to become a precedent," he said. "Let's put
this behind us." Louisiana Polygraph Associ-
ation Chairman, John L. Phillips, concluded
that, in his opinion, "There is nothing in the
examination to indicate that Mr. Allain is homo-
sexual or has been involved in homosexual ac-
tivities." Allain's chief accuser, Bill Spell, called
the results "absolutely unsatisfactory" and "po-
litical propaganda" because the test was ar-
ranged by Allain's attorney.
On November 8, Bill Allain captured the gover-
nor's title with 54.7% of the votes. Bramlett
trailed with 39.5%. Behind him were Charles
Evers, with 3.7%; and Billy Taylor and Helen
Williams, with respectively. Allain managed to
win despite strong allegations against him, but
his problems may have just begun. Having won
the battle of the polls, Allain still must face opin-
ion leaders, members of the legislature, and lo-
cal leaders. Victor Smith, a member of the Jack-
son group, made it clear that the election would
not end the probe. Several legislative leaders
have also suggested the possibility of financing a
investigation. Despite the problems he faces,
Allain looked to his administration optimistical-
ly. In a post-election speech peppered with Bibli-
cal phrases, he concluded, "Inside the realm of
God, there is no failure."
December 15, 1983
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USM vs. Richmond
September 3, 1983
27,000 fans poured into M.M. Roberts Stadi-
um as the 1983 football season got under
way on September 3. With first opponent
Richmond having finished out the 1982 sea-
son 0-10, the Golden Eagles were heavily
favored to win.
Amassing an offensive total of 417 yards,
USM had a field day. Led by tailback Sam
Dejarnette's 150 yards on 18 carries, and
freshman Vincent Alexander's 87 yards on
10 carries, Southern stomped the Spiders
On the Eagles first play from scrimmage, De-
jarnette scampered for 17 yards, as USM
brilliantly mixed the run and pass to garner
the first score. Quarterback Robert Ducks-
worth ran a keeper up the middle for a 14
yard TD; Steve Clark's PAT made it 7-0. A
Richmond fumble and a Clark field goal gave
USM a 10-0 cushion.
Stifled by the "Nasty Bunch" on their next
possession, Richmond was forced to punt.
Clark added another field goal, set up by a
Ducksworth to Louis Lipps bomb, and USM
now led 13-0. Richmond lit up the scoreboard
in the second quarter via a 52 yard Brendon
Toiben field goal. Toiben's kick set a Roberts
On Southern's next drive fullback Clemon
Terrell waltzed down the sideline for 67
yards and a touchdown. Six seconds later, on
the ensuing kickoff, Eric Richardson broke up
a Richmond laterral and recovered the ball
for six more. USM headed for the iocker
room with a 24-3 lead.
The only scoring drive for the Eagles in the
second half was highlighted by an Alexander
run for 34 yards; two plays later, Dejarnette
took Ducksworth's pitchout for a 37 yard TD.
The Eagles finished the game 31-3.
USM at Auburn
September 10, 1983
Flying into a packed Jordan-Haire Stadium
with a 1-0 record, USM prepared to battle
with the 4th ranked Auburn War Eagles on
Three painful USM mistakes led to 17 points
for Auburn. This, aided by a bruising War
Eagle defense and powerful offense, gave
Auburn a 24-3 win.
Auburn halfback Lionel James ran for 172
yards on 16 carries, while sidekick Bo Jack-
son added 72 more on 11 carries.
USM's opening series provided two quick
first downs to the War Eagle 47; the drive
sputtered, and Larry Boyd booted a 35 yard
punt to Auburn's 12.
Jim Carmody, Head Coach
Only Good Things
Can Be Expected
It was a lot to ask of any coach, but stepping into the
head coaching position after Bobby Collins' 1981 de-
parture to Southern Methodist proved to be a smooth
transition for Jim Carmody, then with the National
Football League's Buffalo Bills.
Prior to his return to USM, Carmody had been the
Eagles' assistant head coach in charge of defense for
three successful seasons. In January of 1982, he put
together a strong coaching staff and worked at prepar-
ing for one of USM's most rigorous schedules ever.
The season was highlighted by the biggest win in
Southern's history. The Golden Eagles became the
first team since 1963 to beat the Alabama Crimson
Tide at its home stadium in Tuscaloosa. USM broke the
Tide's 57 game winning streak in the process and
succeeded in scoring the most points ever against Bear
Bryant in Bryant-Denny Stadium. The Eagles finished
out that first season under Carmody with a respectable
Despite a NCAA probation barring the team from bowl
games and television appearances and the signing and
subsequent loss of Marcus Dupree to the New Orleans
Breakers, the Eagles and Coach Carmody have contin-
ued to gain national recognition. Only good things can
be expected in the future.
Late in the first quarter, USM made its first
mistake. Clemon Terrell hobbled a Robert
Ducksworth handoff, and Auburn recovered
to end the quarter.
Starting from the Golden Eagle seven yard
line, Auburn needed only one play to score.
James took the option pitch and waltzed into
the end zone. Auburn led 7-0.
On the next drive USM masterfully drove 49
yeards to Auburn's 21 and Steve Clark came
on and kicked a 38 yard field goal to cut the
War Eagles' lead to four.
Auburn stormed back for seven more. Aided
by mistake two, an interference penalty. Bo
Jackson crossed the goal line for a 14-3 Au-
burn lead. Placekicker Al Del Greco later
added a field goal to up the War Eagle lead to
17-3 as the half expired.
Mistake three, a 14 yard shanked punt by
Boyd gave Auburn the ball on USM's 47.
After the Nasty Bunch held, Del Greco boot-
ed three more points from 41 yards out. Au-
burn added seven more when Jackson
hauled in a 44 yard pass from quarterback
Auburn closed out the Eagles at a humiliating
USM vs. Louisiana Tech
September 17, 1983
It took four quarters of football to finally put
away a pesky Bulldog team from Louisiana
Tech on September 17. Tech held a 10-7
halftime lead through the fourth quarter.
Redshirt freshman Andrew Anderson came
on in a relief of Robert Ducksworth at QB.
Ducksworth sat out most of the third quarter
with a bloody nose. Despite boos from the
crowd, Head Coach Jim Carmody put Ducks-
worth back in command early in the fourth
With 8:44 to go in the game, USM started
from its own 5 yard line. Sam Dejarnette
plowed out yardage to give Southern some
breathing room. On second-and-eight from
the USM 32, Ducksworth lofted a 68 yard
touchdown pass to Louis Lipps. Southern led
With 5:38 to go, Tech fumbled the kickoff
and the Eagles' Tim Smith pounced on the
pigskin at the Bulldog two. Steve Clark's kick
made it 21-10.
Later, Bud Brown intercepted a Tech pass
and returned it to the Bulldog 18. Tailback
Vincent Alexander ran off 6 and 11 yard
chunks, finally bulling over the goal from the
one yard line. Clark split the uprights for the
Southern walked away from the match with a
final score of 28-10.
USM at Ole Miss
October 1, 1983
With 36,000 fans cheering them on on a hot,
sunny October 1 in Oxford, USM trounced
rival Ole Miss 27-7.
Allowing 182 total yards, the Nasty Bunch
defense lived up to its name. Seven sacks and
five fumbles took their toll on the Rebels. Ole
Miss had four chances to score and each time
they were stopped.
"I finally found a sport where you can
hit someone legally. I can get the man
with the ball and break him in two."
"Playing football gives me a feeling of
accomplishment and it showed me that
you only get out of something what you
put into it. Nothing stays the same ... it
only gets better or worse and you
should always strive to get better."
Golden Eagle defensive backs played a near-
ly flawless game. Bud Brown had 15 tackles
to lead the way. End Chris Jackson sacked
Rebel signal caller Kent Austin three times.
Late in the first quarter, cornerback James
Cooper intercepted an Austin pass and took
it 38 yards for the score. In the second quar-
ter, Steve Clark put Southern ahead 10-0 on
a 33 yard field goal. Louis Lipps took a re-
verse handoff into the end zone for six more.
With 1:20 left in the first half the Rebels
avoided a shutout when Austin hit split end
Tim Moffet from 5 yards out. This capped an
80 yard drive.
In the second half, two fumbles, an intercep-
tion, and a fine punt return gave Ole Miss
plenty of scoring opportunities. The Nasty
Bunch held tough. Ole Miss kicker Bill Smith
missed two field goal attempts, and had a
third blocked by Bruce Miller.
USM added three more points on a 28 yard
Clark field goal. Sam Dejarnette finished off
the scoring with a four yard run.
USM shut out the Rebels with a 27-7 victory.
USM vs. Mississippi State
October 8, 1983
One week after playing Ole Miss, the Golden
Eagles had to battle another arch-rival, the
Mississippi State Bulldogs. This time, the
game was held on neutral ground, Memorial
Stadium in Jackson, on October 8, 1983.
58,000 fans piled into the stadium to witness
the state championship game. For USM, this
game was the bowl game.
"Football has helped me exper-
ience things that I might not
have experienced otherwise.
I've learned to bounce back
from adversaries and not to
hold my head down when some-
thing goes wrong."
"It (football is parallel to the
business world because people
work as a unit and that's impor-
tant to me."
Defense was the key element early in the
game, as the Nasty Bunch stopped State
twice on fourth down tries. With 8:16 left in
the first quarter, the Eagles started to roll.
Starting at its own 24, Robert Ducksworth,
with help from the "Labor Gang" offensive
line, guided the Golden Eagles down the field.
After nine plays, Ducksworth hit tight end
Mike Landrum for a 21 yard touchdown
strike. Steve Clark hit the PAT for a 7-0 lead.
After State's Dan Knight returned a 56 yard
kickoff to USM's 44, State netted no yards. A
fake punt did not fool the defense, and South-
ern took over. The very next play, USM put
on a display of expertise. Tailback Tracy
Gamble took Ducksworth's pitch and un-
leashed a pass to Lyneal Alston for a 62 yard
TD. Clark's kick made it 14-0. Clark added
three more on a career best of 51 yard field
goal. As the half ended the scoreboard read,
USM 17, MSU 0.
"It (the game) has taught me a lot of
discipline and has helped me learn to
get along with people from all walks of
"Playing football for the Eagles has giv-
en me a great opportunity for a chance
to play pro ball. It's opened doors for
In the third quarter, USM drove 59 yards
downfield to the one. Sam Dejarnette
plunged over the goal line for six. Dejarnette
finished with 96 yards rushing for the day.
With 4:26 left in the game, Clemon Terrell
topped off the scoring with a one yard burst.
State finally got on the board with 1:06 left.
Backup QB Tim Parenton found John Lowe
for a 32 yard TD.
USM finished up the match with a 31-6 win.
State champs again.
USM at Memphis State
October 15, 1983
The Golden Eagles, Memphis State game
was highlighted by a heart-stopping finale be-
fore an awed Liberty Bowl crowd in Memphis
on October 15.
Returning to the field for the second half,
USM led 13-0. As the half began, the Golden
Eagles went to work.
San Dejarnette raced 43 yards to the Tiger
10. After two plays, Southern faced a third-
and-goal at the three. QB Robert Ducksworth
slid by a Tiger defender and scored. Steve
Clark hit the point after for a 20-0 lead.
After trading possessions, USM took over at
their 44. Louis Lipps used his glue hands and
quick feet to nail down three quick passes
from Ducksworth. USM now had first-and-
goal from Memphis State's seven. Dejarnette
raced into the end zone for six. Clark made it
27-0 with 13:05 left in the game.
The Tigers didn't quit there. Jerry Harris
took USM's kickoff 98 yards to put Memphis
State on the board. A USM fumble on their
next possession gave the Tigers room for
more points. With 10:40 left running back
Eric Becton caught a 12 yard pass from Dan-
ny Sparkman. USM's lead was 27-13. The
Tiger defense was ferocious as they held
USM's offense. Following a Larry Boyd punt
Memphis State took over at their 42. Spark-
man led the Tigers up the gridiron and hit
James Williams for a seven yard score. Mem-
phis State now trailed 27-20.
The Nasty Bunch bowed their necks and held
up the rambunctious Tigers to finish with 27-
USM vs. Tulane
October 22, 1983
Tulane University didn't care that USM had a
four game winning streak; they didn't care
that the Nasty Bunch was one of the nation's
top defense or that the offense was very le-
thal. All that mattered to the Green Wave
Early in the game Larry Boyd sent a booming
punt to Tulane's Gene Harris. Harris mis-
judged the ball and fumbled. Southern's
Chad Pace recovered and the Golden Eagles
had a first-and-ten from the Green Wave 11.
Four plays later San Dejarnette scored from
a yard out. Steve Clark hit the point after and
USM had a 7-0 lead.
But the Nasty Bunch held, and Tony Wood
nailed a 42-yard field goal. USM's lead was
cut to four.
Tulane, using a pass-oriented offense, mount-
ed an attack. Halfback Mike Jones and quar-
terback Wade Elmore led the Wave. Two
quick passes and a flanker reverse, gave the
Wave the ball at the USM 24.
During the second half, Tulane drove 68
yards in 13 plays. The Greenies now had the
adrenalin pumping, and Wood hit his second
field goal from 30 yards out. USM still led 7-6
with 9:06 left in the third quarter.
"One day I came home from school and
found out Mom had signed me up. 1
guess she wanted me out of the house
when I was eight."
"Football has made me a competitor.
There is no bigger thrill than compet-
ing and winning."
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Louis Lipps returned punts of 25 and 46
H*$ yards but the Golden Eagles failed to capital-
ize. Clark missed a 48 yarder and Vincent
Following those stopped drives, Tulane's de-
fense rose to new heights, holding the Eagle
passing game at bay and allowing Dejarnette
just 56 yards.
Early in the fourth quarter, Tulane drove 76
yards for the winning score. Elmore hit Ty-
rone Vaughns, on a blitz situation for a touch-
down. The Wave decided to go for a two
point conversion. The gamble paid off as El-
more hit tight-end Mark Savani in the end
zone. Tulane led 14-7.
With moments to go, Southern drove to the
Tulane 20. On fourth down Robert Ducks-
worth went for all the marbles, but as the
pass fell into the arms of Donald Thomas,
Tulane let the clock run out. Tulane won the
game on a score of 14-7.
USM vs. Southwestern Louisiana
October 29, 1983
Homecoming 1983 provided all the beauty
and tradition USM has made famous. Home-
coming is the big game for alumni and fans
Led by freshman Vincent Alexander's 153
yards, and 10 sacks by the Nasty Bunch,
USM walked away with a 31-3 fiesta.
Alexander set up the first touchdown when
he ran 34 yards off the option pitch. He then
scored from the 10. Southern led 7-0 after
Steve Clark's PAT. Ducksworth later scored
from 11 yards out.
USL's only score came after driving 73 yards
to USM's 23. Oscar Speer kicked a 40 yard
field goal. The Ragin' Cajuns trailed 14-3 at
After Jerald Baylis and Richard Byrd
stopped USL drives, Southern drove on.
Alexander had runs of 10 and 12 yards.
Ducksworth found Louis Lipps for a seven
"Football teaches patience and makes
you reach out with everything you
"I've played against the best and when
you play good, it gets you noticed."
The Eagles now led 21-3, as the third quarter
Early in the final period, Ducksworth found a
seam down the sideline, and Lyneal Alston
caught the pigskin and raced 74 yards. The
Golden Eagles now went ahead 28-3. With
7:22 left, Steve Clark booted a 38 yard field
goal, and Head Coach Jim Carmody gave
many reserves playing time.
USM wound up the game with a 31-3 victory.
USM at Louisville
November 5, 1983
Stubborn Louisville held USM to only six first
half points by Steve Clark. The Cardinal's
Phil Ellis kicked a 29 yard field goal to cut
Southern's lead to 6-3 in the third quarter.
Following the Louisville score, USM drove
back. Led by Robert Ducksworth, the Eagles
drove 76 yards. The drive was capped when
Tracy Gamble scored from one yard out.
Clark made it 13-6 with the PAT. Less than
three minutes elapsed when USM put six
more on the board. Louis Lipps hauled in a
Ducksworth bullet and went 49 yards un-
Southern ended the scoring early in the
fourth quarter. Lipps and Ducksworth
teamed up again and found 34 yards of real
Louisville played a hard fought game, but the
final score showed a 27-3 victory for the Nas-
USM at Alabama
November 12, 1983
Legion Field in Birmingham was filled with
anticipations of a great game. The 75,000
fans weren't disappointed. Alabama, under
first-year coach Ray Perkins, stormed to a
USM lit the first of many fireworks when Vin-
cent Alexander raced 98 yards on the open-
ing kickoff; the run set USM up at the 'Bama
four. The 7,000 Golden Eagle fans in atten-
dance were ecstatic. But the Tide defense
smothered USM's offense and finally sacked
Robert Ducksworth in the 5.
Alabama went 95 yards in 13 plays when
fullback Ricky More went in for six from a
yard out. 'Bama led 7-0.
Southern drove again off of the ensuing kick-
off. Ducksworth hit Louis Lipps at midfield;
as Lipps was tackled, the ball popped loose,
and the Tide recovered.
The Nasty Bunch held 'Bama, forcing the
Tide to punt. USM took over at their 31 and
advanced the ball to the Alabama 25. On a
fourth-and-one USM faked a field goal and
holder Mike Landrum ran eight yards to the
14. Two plays later from the seven, San De-
jarnette scored. Steve Clark hit the PAT to
even the score at 7.
Late in the second quarter Ducksworth fum-
bled and 'Bama recovered. The Tide drove
57 yards as Linnie Patrick dove over from
the one. Van Tiffen made it 14-7. USM's
Clark closed the gap to 14-10 with a 31 yard
field goal. The kick ended the first half.
Clark brought Southern within one, via a 37-
yarder, 14-13. 'Bama's Kerry Goode ran off
a 32 yard score to increase the Tide lead to
In the fourth quarter. Bud Brown recovered a
Tide fumble and USM got back into business.
Five plays later Clark kicked a 33 yarder.
'Bama finished out the game with a 28-16
USM vs. East Carolina
November 19, 1983
The final game of the 1983 season brought
21,000 fans and a monsoon. Torrential
downpours turned an anticipated scoring
feast into a defensive struggle.
East Carolina's Pirates sailed into Roberts
Stadium with a 7-3 record. USM was coming
off of a loss to Alabama. Both teams were
pumped for this final game of the year.
During the first quarter, the Nasty Bunch
refused to let the Pirates past their 33 yard
line. USM put six points on the board, via
Steve Clark's foot. Clark hit from 46 and 44
yards out. ECU started to move in the second
quarter advancing to the USM 5 yard line.
On third down Pirate tailback Jommy Wal-
den fumbled and Willie B. Moore recovered
for the Golden Eagles. As the first half ended
USM led 6-0.
ECU's Henry Williams took the opening kick-
off 82 yards to the USM 12. But four plays
later the Nasty Bunch stopped the Pirates at
the four. Southern failed to move and punt-
ed. Larry Boyd shanked the wet ball and
ECU took over at the 22. The Pirates took
seven plays to score, when Norwood Vann
caught a 14 yard pass in the end zone. The
PAT gave ECU a 7-6 lead.
Later in the third quarter, ECU recovered a
fumble and the Pirates took over at South-
ern's 27. Four plays later Jeff Heath booted
a 37 yard field goal to ice the scoring.
The Pirates walked away with a 10-6 victory,
leaving the Eagles to finish out the season
seven and four.
"Football has helped me to become a
better person and makes me work for
goals on and off the field."
"Playing football has made me more
disciplined. I found that if I worked
hard enough, I could do things I thought
I couldn't do."
Golden Eagle basketball sprinted out to a
quick 5-1 start in the opening games of the
1983-84 season. The season began on No-
vember 25 in Memphis at the Mid-South
Classics. The tip off tournament gave USM
fans and Coach M.K. Turk a look at things to
come. USM opened up with a pair of victories
against North Texas State and Tennessee
State. Rollins College was the first foe for the
Eagles at home. USM trounced Rollins 105-
78, led by Curtis Green and company. Next
up for the Golden Eagles was the Illini Classic
in Champaign, Illinois. USM's first round op-
ponent, Eastern Illinois, could not keep up
with the Eagles and fell 79-65. In the cham-
pionship game, USM faced Big 10 power Illi-
nois. USM was outmanned and lost 78-47.
M.K. Turk, Head Coach
In your seven years as head coach at
USM, what do you feel has been your
At this point, the greatest accomplishment in
USM basketball is having joined the Metro
Conference. It gives us the opportunity to
play some of the best teams in the nation
right here in Reed Green Coliseum. This also
opens doors to television exposure and na-
tional recognition. Right now, USM basket-
ball is building its reputation. Having joined
the Metro Conference will definitely enhance
recruiting for the Eagles.
The Team Is Definitely
Headed for the Top'
What do you feel is different about this
year's team as opposed to last year's
The main difference I would say is youth.
This year's team has a strong flavor of youth.
In fact, four of the top players are freshmen,
with two of them playing in the starting line in
What is your major goal for the Eagles
To play the best possible throughout the re-
mainder of the season and to go to the Metro
Tournament in Memphis. If the players stay
on top of their game, there is a great possibil-
ity that there will be an extraordinary out-
come for the Eagles in the tournament.
What do you see in the future for the
1 see USM becoming one of the top level
teams in the Metro Conference. And, as a
result, seeing recruiting improve tremen-
dously. I see no reason why sellouts for USM
basketball games shouldn't become common-
place. The team is definitely headed for the
top. It is going to take time. But USM will
Returning home to Hattiesburg proved good
for the Eagles as they topped intrastate rival
Mississippi State in an exciting 55-48 game.
For their next game, USM flew to bluegrass
country Kentucky to face Murray State. The
Eagles were pressed hard, finally falling to
Murray State 63-64. Tennessee Tech was
next up for the 5-2 Eagles; USM did away
with TSU 78-68. Mobile, Alabama was the
site of the next game against South Alabama.
Victory for USM seemed to be in the bag;
USM led 71-69 with 1:30 to go in the game,
but the 'Bama boys fought for every inch of
space and got it.
USA topped Southern 73-71. In the final
1983 game, USM played host to Pittsburg
State of Kansas. The Eagles displayed noth-
ing in the first half, but stormed out for 44
points in the second half, topping the Gorillas
74-45. Forward Ken Suttles led USM with 16
points. Opening 1984, USM traveled to Mon-
roe, Louisiana to tussel with Northeast Lou-
isiana's Indians. USM fell victim to NE LA 74-
69. Florida State came into Reed Green
Coliseum for USM's first Metro Conference
Game. The visiting Seminoles shot a flaming
65 percent from the field and snubbed USM
83-64. Now hitting the meat of the Metro
schedule, USM went to New Orleans to face
Tulane. The Green Wave ran wild over the
Eagles and cruised to a 53-38 victory. 19th
ranked Memphis State was up next for USM;
the Tiger All-America Keith Lee was
matched with Curtis Green. Green won the
scoring battle with 22 points, but MSU won
the war at 52-47. A national television audi-
ence watched as USM was completely domi-
nated by the Virginia Tech Hokies. Tech, led
by Dellcurry's 22 points, outhustled South-
ern on its way to a 89-55 rout. After losing
five straight games, USM finally found a way
to win. In Cincinnati the weather was cold but
USM was hot. When it counted, USM came
through for a hard-fought 59-57 victory.
The Eagles' glory was short-lived, however,
with a subsequent loss to the 12th ranked
Memphis State Tigers in the Reed Green
Coliseum. USM finished out the first half with
a 39-38 margin, having led by as much as
seven points. With 3:08 to go in the game, the
score was tied; in the final nine seconds of
overtime, the Tigers' Keith Lee tipped-in An-
dre Turner's rebound to finish the game out
with a 69-67 win for Memphis State. The
Eagles redeemed themselves with a 77-75
home win over the South Carolina Game-
cocks. USM was leading 76-75 with two sec-
onds left to play. Ken Suttles gave the Eagles
a two point boost when he made the front end
of a one-and-one. USM fared less favorably
when they left their home turf to meet up
again with the Gamecocks at Columbia,
South Carolina. The rugged match left Eagle
Curtis Green with a lip cut badly enough to
require nine stitches and sparked a fistfight
between USC's Jimmy Foster and USM's
James Williams. South Carolina won the
game 70-62. The Eagles stormed back to
finish out the regular season with a celebrat-
ed victory over the Tulane Green Wave. With
4:31 to play before the intermission, Tulane
held a strong 28-18 lead. An all-time best
performance on the part of James Williams in
the second half led the Eagles to win 69-58.
USM finished the season with a 4-10 confer-
ence record and 13-14 overall.
USM's 1983-1984 edition of the Lady Gold-
en Eagle Basketball team turned out to be a
good one. Southern finished the season with a
record of 18 wins and 10 losses.
The Lady Golden Eagles were led by seniors
Joye Lee, Wilhelmina Smith, and Portland
McCaskill. As most fans would soon realize,
the trio was a dominating force in the Metro
USM's Head Coach Kay James led the Lady
Eagles, stressing the importance of a strong
offense. Averaging above 90 points each
game, USM was one of the top scoring teams
in the nation.
1983-1984 had some of the most exciting
games ever seen. The following are season
USM jumped off to a fast start in 1983.
Against Lamar, USM used a tightly knit de-
fense, coupled with a consistent offense to
thump the Cardinals 101-94. USM caught
the dreaded "foul fever" early. With only
four minutes gone in the game, 16 fouls were
called against USM. USM powered its way to
a 19-9 lead in a quick two minutes. But La-
mar fought back when USM turned over the
ball three times. The Lady Cards trailed by
two, 19-17. Lamar was slapped with two
technical fouls and Portland McCaskill hit all
four shots from the charity stripe. McCaskill
added a three-point play and USM now led
26-17. At halftime USM led 49-43.
As the second half unfolded the play was
much the same as in the first half. With about
three minutes to go in the game, Lamar was
down 91-81. A minute and a half later, the
Lady Cards were trailing 94-92. That was all
Lamar could do, however; the Lady Eagles
held on for the 101-94 victory.
In another scoring blitz, USM pounded Liv-
ingston 106-58 in Alabama. The Lady Eagles
hit 47 two point shots while all Livingston
could muster was 18. With a 56-19 halftime
lead, Coach Kay James played a lot of team
members in the game. Joye Lee and Portland
McCaskill led USM with 19 and 18 points
respectively. Three others hit for double fig-
ures as USM climbed to 7-2.
USM opened its Metro Conference
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Kay James, Head Coach
Shooting for Nothing
But Winning Seasons
Under the leadership of seventh season Head
Coach Kay James, the Lady Eagles basket-
ball team entered their 1983-1984 season
with determination. Having joined the Metro
Conference only a year earlier, there was
much for look forward to. This year's highly
competitive schedule was one of the most
rigorous ones Southern has ever had.
Playing against such tough competitors is the
key to polishing the game, but support is the
key to winning. At this point, the Lady Eagles
have had nothing but winning seasons. They
have gone as far as the regional tournament
with the AIAW tournament and have now
changed over to NCAA women's basketball.
Looking to the future, the Lady Eagles are,
stated Kay James, putting an emphasis on
gaining strength and skill in the areas where it
is needed and staying on top of things in those
areas they are already strong in. With the
continued support of the students and facul-
ty, the best can be hoped for.
schedule on January 15, against the Mem-
phis State Lady Tigers, who were in good
form. A potent dose of a good offense and a
stingy defense downed Southern 96-77. The
usually sure-shot Eagles hit only 29 of 61
from the field. MSU had five players in dou-
ble figures; USM was led by Anita Dudley
and Portland McCaskill, who both netted 18
One week later USM visited Clinton, home of
Mississippi College. The Lady Eagles found
the basket, and came back to life in fine fash-
ion. Unlike the earlier round with Memphis
State, Southern was consistent and balanced
in scoring against the Lady Choctaws. At
halftime USM held a commanding 51-39
lead. In the opening two minutes, Southern
jumped out to a 57-39 lead on three unan-
During this blitz, senior guard Joye Lee was
hit with an elbow and had to leave with a
USM continued to play with even more inten-
sity and finished with a 100-87 victory.
In a record-breaking jamboree in Hatties-
burg, USM topped Alabama Birmingham
117-103. While USM improved its record to
13-6, freshman were being written in the
USM record books.
Freshman guard Amy Heiden set 16, the
most number of assists in a game. Heiden
eclipsed the mark of 15 set by Dianne Back-
strom last season.
Junior forward Portland McCaskill hauled in
her 790th career rebound, passing Nancy
Faulk's 788 set in 1977-1981.
Logically, the 117 points by the team also set
the record for most points. The old record
was set in 1982, 116 points against North-
The star of the evening did not set a record,
but junior Wilhelmina Smith came close.
Smith shot 8-of-ll from the foul line and
poured in a total of 42 points, one shy of
Another stellar performance was turned in
by Joye Lee, who scored 35 points.
February 25, 1984 was the last night Joye
Lee would play in the Reed Green Coliseum
as USM came up against Virginia Tech.
Lee turned in 28 points, connecting 12 of 15
from the field and 4 of 6 from the line. Port-
land McCaskill also scored 28 points while
nailing down 1 1 rebounds and three steals.
Wilhelmina Smith was not to be outdone.
Smith grabbed 19 rebounds and added 22
As a team, USM shot a blazing 39 of 61 from
the field for 62 percent, while holding the
Lady Hokies to 41 percent. USM led Tech I
48-42 at halftime.
Tech came back in the opening minutes of
the second half to tie USM 52-52. USM tight-
ened up and increased the gap 68-58. This
was all Tech could handle as they slowly
dwindled. USM won big, with a final tally of
In the opening round of the Metro Confer-
ence Championship in Cincinnati, USM again
faced Virginia Tech. This time Virginia Tech
refused to fold. USM led the Lady Hokies 43-
38 at halftime. Both teams played consistent
in the second half but as the final buzzer
sounded USM was defeated 94-86.
Southern shot 53 percent in the game and
was 16 of 23 from the line.
Portland McCaskill pumped in 25 points and
was named to the All Metro Team. Joye Lee
and Wilhelmina Smith had 15 and 20 respec-
USM wound up 1983-1984 with an impres-
sive 18-10 record. Despite the loss of Joye
Lee, next year holds a lot of promise.
Pete Taylor, Head Coach
Calling It Quits
After a 30 year association with USM, coach-
ing baseball for 25 of these years, Head Base-
ball Coach Pete Taylor stepped down from
his coaching duties in December 1983. Tay-
lor will also give up his position as assistant
athletic director in June.
Originally hired as a teacher and football
coach, Taylor took over the baseball team
when "they just threw me the keys to the
equipment room." Taylor slated a career re-
cord of 31 1-349-2 and finished out last year's
season with a 11-33 record.
Replacing Taylor is former Callaway High
School Head Coach Hill Denson. While serv-
ing as head baseball coach at Callaway, he
compiled an overall record of 216 wins and
73 losses. In 1981, he was selected as High
School Coach of the Year by the Jackson
Denson is a 1966 graduate of USM.
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First Row: John Gratwick, Alex Behar, Mike Hanson, Dennis Fortenberry, Dale Hawkins. Second Row: "Doc" Ernest L. Harrington, Coach; Scott Davis, Matt Smith, Scott Bradley, Craig
Quickley, Steve Smith, Reed Longo, Gill Burk, Alex Silveria.
First Row: Jenise Johnson, Trainer; Beth Himeter, Manager; Helen Grant, Coach; Brenda Bajon, Manager; Susan McGlothlin, Trainer. Second Row: Shelley Porter, Antrice Kay, Betsy
Mercer, Kimberly Pope, Laurie White, Kim Taylor, Christy Waters.
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The 1984 USM track team was one of the
most distinguished ever, with its members
holding a number of school records and
receiving recognition on the national level.
Senior Donnie Young, an Oxford native,
qualified for NCAA Championships and
the U.S. Olympic Trials. He set school
records as well as winning Metro Confer-
ence divisions in the 100 and 200 meter
dashes. Young was one of two athletes
sharing the title of "Most Valuable" at the
Metro Conference Meet.
The USM team made up of Bryant Gilbert
(a senior from Biloxi, he holds the school
record in 100 meter high hurdles), Mitch-
ell Williams, Gary Ellis, and Donnie Young
placed first in the Metro Conference 400
Bryant Gilbert, Mitchell Williams, Gary Ellis, Donnie
Each semester, approximately 25 intramural activities take
place on the USM campus. Teams comprised of men, wom-
en, and co-rec combinations divide themselves into leagues
representing their sorority, fraternity, dorm, or independent
group. Individuals have the opportunity to participate in
dual sports, such as tennis, badminton, or racquetball.
The teams and individual competitors may participate in
tournaments. In spirited battle, the opposing forces may vie
for the overall championship title.
Different divisions of skill are set up, beginning with Level 1,
the best and continuing on in graduations of scaled athletic
profeciency. This is done so that everyone will feel comfort-
able competing at a level equal to his individual athletic
The All-University Point System is designed to award points
to each team whenever it wins, goes to a playoff, or enters a
tournament. At the end of the year, the organization with the
greatest number of points within its division is awarded the
Another feature of the intramural program is the Sports
Officials Association. This group is comprised of students,
both male and female, who officiate at all the intramural
It has been noted that participation in women's intramurals
has failed to keep pace with male participation. In general,
however, intramurals provide a marvelous recreational out-
let for all students at all levels of physical prowess.
Men— Sigma Chi "A"
Women — Pi Beta Phi "A"
Men — Big Daddy's
Women — Scott II
Men Division I — Icemen
Division II — Army ROTC
Women — Goal Tenders
Mark Howell/Steve Hutton (Kappa
Co-Rec Flag Football
Men — Richard Fung-A-Fat (Wompers
Mike Hanson (Sigma Nu)
Women — Cindy Crane (Pi Beta Phi)
Men — Train Gang
Women — Weiser Buds
Men — Kelvin Turner
Women — Sam McClendon
Men 19 — Under — Steve Sizemore
20-29 — Trevor Dekoekkek
30-39— Noel Lehrer
40 — Over — David Cundiff
Women 19 — Christy King
20-29 — Linda Blackwell
30-39 — Barbara Ross
Pi Kappa Alpha
Men Division I — Has Beens
Division II — Omega Psi Phi
Division III — Red Devils
Women — Black-Gold
Men — Paul Deslauriers
Women — Amy Becker
Men — Scott Riebock/Kurt Abbey
Women — Cindy Crane/Robin Ste-
Men — Train Gang
Women — Train Gang
Sports Trivia Bowl
Men — Buds
Men — Bill Crane/Paul Deslauriers
Co-Rec Water Polo
Pikes/Chi Omega "A"
Men — Richard Fung-A-Fat
Putt Putt Golf
Men— Scott Clark
Women — Renee McGuffee
Co-Rec — Jeff Stanovich/Cindy Crane
Tennis Mixed Doubles
Melinda McCarty/John Harper
Swimming and Diving
Men — Sigma Nu
Women — Pi Beta Phi
Men — Dale Crowson
Women — Amy Becker
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority was established
at Howard University in Washington, D.C. on
January 15, 1908. This dynamic group of
outstanding young women was caught up by
the inspiration of a fellow student, Ethel Hed-
gemen Lyle, and became the first Greek or-
ganization established by and for black wom-
en. The founders conceived an idea of a
sorority in which their talents and strengths
could be organized and fostered for the mutu-
al benefit of all. The sorority has placed em-
phasis on such qualities as leadership, aca-
demic excellence, and service to mankind
ever since its inception.
On April 12, 1975, the Iota Kappa chapter
was founded on the campus of USM under
the capable leadership of Shirley Green
Mays. AKA became the first black Greek
organization to be sanctioned on the USM
The sorority's commitment to service is im-
plemented and supported through a program
of targets that change as new issues surface.
Goals of the current program are life-long
learning, health care, the arts, heritage, self-
fulfillment, leadership, and collaboration.
Petra Arnold, Carol Bardwell, Cherri
Barnes, Cathy Baylor, Felecia Bell, Lydian
Bumper, Terrilyn Griffith, Elizabeth
Hanshaw, Evon Harris
Angela Hathorn, Agnes Henry, Lisa
Jenkins, Michelle Nichols, Stella Payton,
Phyllis Randle, Monica Robinson, Vickie
Terrell, Sandra Thompson
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Milton Anderson, William Bolden. Johnnie
Brown, Raymond Brown, Jack Coleman,
Gary Ellis, Freddy Huddleston. Ray
Huddleston, Aaron Hyde
Kenneth Jimmerson, Alton Joseph, Eric
Labat. Theron Larry. Bryan McLendon,
David Richardson, Kelvin Turner, Gregory
Happiness is becoming a member of Alpha
Sigma Alpha and in the process becoming a
well-rounded individual with interests, activi-
ties, honors, and involvement in organizations
such as Rho Lambda, Honors College, Big
Brothers, Fall Hayride, Phi Eta Sigma, Gam-
ma Beta Phi, the Pride Flag Corp, Basketball
Cheerleader, University Scholars, Parent-
Daughter Banquet, Modeling Squad, Scab-
bard & Blade, Resident Assistants, Tau Beta
Sigma, Special Olympics, Phi Delta Rho Out-
standing Freshman Woman, Wine & Cheese
Party, Lambda Sigma, Honors Student Asso-
ciation, Big Sis-L.il Sis, Junior Panhellenic
President, Association of Computing Machin-
ery, Campus Crusade for Christ, Hattiesburg
Blood Drive, Fraternity Little Sisters, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Red Slipper Ball, Swaps, Rho
Gamma, Presidential Scholar, L'Esprit de
Corps, Chi Tau Epsilon, Order of Omega,
President's and Dean's List Scholars,
Founders Day, and Starlite Week.
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Jean Bennett, Margaret Bowlin, Theresa
Dubuisson, Wendy Harris, Adelina Hay,
Carolina Hay, Rachael Hetherington, Karen
Kay, Shawn Leopard
Lisa Mullins, Debbie Reeder, Donna
Rutherford, Catherine Smith. Robin
Wallace, Tammy Yates
Once upon a time in a land so isolated, there
began the Epsilon Upsilon chapter of Alpha
Tau Omega. The going was tough, but the
best men have won an achievement, then so
far away, which now holds itself just outside
the grasp of men who have, indeed, climbed
the mountain of success.
We find ourselves at the center of the glory in
such classic occasions as Homecoming, spirit,
scholarship, and intramurals. It has been 34
years and at this point we cite our gracious
tale of rags to riches. A palace shall soon
stand in honor of those who gave and those
who shall give, forever and ever. ATO shall
remain the pinnacle of success upon this glo-
rious parcel of land called USM.
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Adolph H. Watt, Atomic Watt, Black Watt,
Blondo Watt, Cane N. Watt, Clingo Watt,
Did E. Watt, D.O. Watt, Doby One Watt
Doc Watt, Dum Watt, Ed P. Watt, G.Q.
Watt, Guess Watt, Guido Watt, Hopper
Watt, Horn E. Watt, Hot Watt
James G. Watt, J.C. Watt, Killer Watt, Kilo
Watt, Krip L. Watt, Kum K. Watt, Lance
O. Watt, Limbo Watt Lurch Watt
Mahatma Watt, Mega Watt, Monke Watt,
Nake Ed Watt, NO. Watt, No Future
Watt, Omar Watt, Pelahatchie Watt, Pone
Tater T. Watt. Tex S. Watt. Tight Watt.
U.R. H]story Watt, What W. Watt, Wonder
Watt, Yankee Watt, Y. Not Watt, ? Watt
Hank Phillips, L. Ed Zeplin, Angela
Borries, Lee Cade, Barbara Donley, Karen
Donnelly, Brenda Ellzey, Shelly Freeman.
Dot Gilmore Wood. Maria Herlein, Martha
Hutch, Janet Littlepage, Karen McGuffee.
Susan Parkel, Kelly Smith. Shelby Smith,
Lisa Swank, Valerie Taylor, Leigh Ann
Chi Omega is known for its involvement in
Who's Who, Omicron Delta Kappa, Dixie
Darlings, Football and Basketball Cheer-
leaders, Homecoming Maids, Southern
Misses, Big Sis-Lil Sis, Candlelights, Owlmen,
Golden Girls, Top Ten Beauties, Southern
Style, Gold Tenders, Associated Student
Body Cabinet, The Pride, Pike Calendar
Girls, Fraternity Little Sisters, Lambda Sig-
ma, Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Delta Rho,
Greek Scholarship Award, Homecoming
Queen, Miss Southern.
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Cheryl Ainsworth, Melanie Barber, Tamara
Bartley, Angie Becker, Michele Becker,
Mary Blakeslee, Janet Bolton, Susan
Bowman, Lari Boyd
Menbeth Brashier, Delwyn Broadhead,
Temple Bush, Cathy Calhoun, Amy
Carlisle, Katherine Catchot, Deanna
Caveny, Jennifer Caveny, Erin Chapman
Margaret Chesser, Debbie Ciano, Diane
Collins, Jayme Collins, Lisa Collins, Dana
Conliff, Julie Cook, Teri Dallas, Tori Dallas
Desiree Davion, Mary Davis, Elena Diaz,
Jete Dongieux, Leslie Driskell. Sally
Dudley, Missy Ezelle, Rhonda Fairley,
Angela Foster, Amber Frazier, Valerie
Gardner, Jennifer Gatlm, Missy Gould.
Stacey Harris, Leslie Hawes, Debora
Henderson, Maria Henry
Chana Hubbard, Kathy Kirkpatrick. Edie
Lack, Linda Lang, Linda Lee, Nina
Lowery, Suzanne Lumpkin, Debbie Magee,
Connie Mitchell. Kerri Mordica, Monica
Mosher, Laurie Mullis. Jennifer Munn.
Tracy McMahon. Emily Niles. Penny
Nowell. Mary Parker
Terri Parks, Pam Pickering, Alesia Phillips.
Erin Pittman, Chelye Prichard, Susan
Quarles, Anita Rawls, Jan Rich, Alyce
Judy Risher, Tammy Roberts, Sondra
Robinson. Susan Robinson. Rachel
Roseberry, Susan Roth. Peggy Schroeder,
Angela Sliman. Kimberly Smith
Kristy Smith, Sandy Smith. Stacey Smith,
Cathy Steen. Julie Stephenson, Andrea
Stribling, Barbara Teel, Tracey Tinnon,
Debra Van, Vicki Vann. Lyn Welch. Suzie
Welch. Ginger Williamson, Jana
Williamson. Bridget Wise, Robert
Matthews. Thomas Pisarich
The ladies of Delta Delta Delta are active in
all aspects of campus life, including Top Ten
Beauties, Senior Homecoming Maid, and
Pike Calendar Girls. They are involved in
many campus organizations such as the Stu-
dent Alumni Association, Who's Who, Asso-
ciated Student Body, University Activities
Council, Campus Crusade for Christ, Baptist
Student Union, Fellowship of Christian Ath-
letes, Southern Style, Golden Girls, and Gold
Tenders. Tri Deltas are active in honoraries
on Southern's campus, including Omicron
Delta Kappa, Lambda Sigma, Order of Ome-
ga, Gamma Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta,
Rho Lambda, and are also President's and
Dean's List scholars.
Tri Deltas are Dixie Darlings, Feature Twirl-
ers, Eaglette Captain, Southern Misses, Foot-
ball and Basketball Cheerleaders, Southern
Exposure, University Singers, and Fraternity
Little Sisters. They also participate in sports
at USM. The Deltas were Swim Across
Champs, Intramural Sorority Flag Football
Champs, and volleyball and tennis varsity
team members. They have won spirit awards
at pep rallies and first place in theme in the
Homecoming display competition.
Being in Delta Delta Delta means enjoying
Fish Fry, Painters Party, Founders Day, Ap-
ple Polishing Party, Kidnap Breakfast, Stars
and Crescent Ball, Pansy Pops, and loving
our Delta Men. As a Tri Delta, each member
can proudly say, "Everything is better in 3-
Cynthia Abraham, Lori Ainsworth. Jil
Jailey, Nina Baker, Ann Bancroft, Melanie
Bancroft, Karen Barker, Angela Benfield,
Stephanie Breland, Kelly Brown, Maureen
Bryant, Dawn Bryant, Kelly Burbitt. Lucy
Bush, Lisa Carido, Michelle Carmichael,
Donna Collins, Lady Collins, Janice Cook,
Karen Cooper, Mary Cooper, Julie
Corkern, Tonie Coumanis, Penny Dewey,
Richie Elkins, Susan Faver, Angela
Fokakis, Melanie Gavin, Francie George,
Donna Ginn, Margaret Glover, Elizabeth
Goodman, Allyson Goodwin
Cindy Hahn, Denise Hanley, Hope
Harrington, Renee Henderson, Carolyn
Hilley, Janine Howell, Allison Hurt, Lisa
Hurt, Pamela Johnson
Robin Kessler, Patti King, Krista
Kleinpeter. Amy Knight, Delorie Ladner,
Lisa Long, Toye Mason, Dianne
Montgomery, Libby Morrow
Katherine Mynck, Rhonda McCall, Melinda
McCarty. Pamela Newman, Stephanie
Noble, Vickey Northey, Tara Odom, Jean
Pittman, Karen Pope
Kimberly Pope, Lorraine Redd, Tracy
Robinson, Sherri Salaggio, Amanda Scott,
Patti Smith, Cindy Snowden. Marjorie
Spencer. Michele Stockstill
Lisa Swank, Natalie Sumrall, Kim Taylor,
Lisa Taylor, Tami Tonore, Carmen
Waiters, Amber Watson, Amy Weldy,
Craig Beeding, Jerry Gandy. H.C. Huey,
Scott Morrow, Joe Overstreet, John
Being a Delta Gamma means being active in
every sense of the word. Dee Gees are in-
volved in almost every organization on cam-
pus, including Associated Student Body Sen-
ate and Cabinet, Southern Style,
Southerner staff, Golden Girls, Southern
Misses, Gold Tenders, Angel Flight, and Fra-
ternity Little Sisters. You can spot Delta
Gammas in the Dixie Darlings, Top Ten
Beauties, Eaglettes, and the Pride Flag Corp.
Delta Gammas are also active in the major
honoraries such as Omicron Delta Kappa,
Lambda Sigma, Gamma Beta Phi, Phi Delta
Rho, Order of Omega, Rho Lambda, Phi Chi
Theta, Who's Who, and Youth Congress del-
egates. The Dee Gees play an important role
in USM sports with tennis team members and
This year, as every year, Delta Gamma will
be working as the official timers for the USM
swim team, the hostesses for the Miss South-
ern Pageant, and the score keepers for the
Magnolia Golf Classic Tournament. Delta
Gamma is proud of its many achievements in
the Hattiesburg Community Blood Drive,
Songfest, scholarship, Homecoming, and in-
tramural sports. Some of the highlights of
Delta Gamma's year are Big Sis-L.il Sis, Fall
Retreat, Fall Party, Crawfish Boil, Christmas
Party, Anchor Splash, Blind Date Party, and
Ann Agosta, Joy Alexander, Amy Becker,
Jena Belcher, Barbara Bingham, Cindy
Blackmer, Lee Ann Blackmer, Debbie
Blanchard, Leslie Blackwell
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Vicki Boyd, Cheryl Boyles, Theresa Boyles,
Cynthia Brown, Robin Brown, Lisa Bruno,
Charlene Clark, Sheila Comegys, Karen
Joanna Corban, Sharon Crook, Karen
Donnelly, Jane Eastland, Catherine Egley,
Lynley Eiken, Christy Ellzey, Shelly
Freeman, Sherrye Freeman
Meg Flowers, Michael Ann Galliano, Kenya
Gordon, Flo Goston, Julie Gray, Elizabeth
Grenn, Rosemarie Jones, Antrice Kay,
Jackie Keys, Kathy King, Beth Kynerd,
Lee Lander, Leigh Laney, Jennifer
Lindsay, Missy Loughman, Martha Lucas,
Susan Mangum, Mary Meador, Jan
Meitzler. Julie Miller, Robin Moore, Jayna
Morgan, Connie McCardle, Nicole
McCleery, Karen McGuffee
Susan McLendon, Sandy Neighbors, Debbie
Newman, Janice North, Suzanne Pace,
Toni Ponder, Teresa Rader, Shelia Rather,
Elena Ruiz, Sandra Safigan, Mary
Schwarzauer, Angela Simmons, Cindy
Simmons, Zoe Sims, Cindy Singletary,
Shelby Smith, Cindy Stewart
Maria Straub, Lynn Styron, Lynn Sweet,
Colette Towles, Remonia Vinson, Kerrin
Wells, Lisa Wells, Sheila Williams, Acuzy
Rodney Gordon, Chuck Harrell. John
Harvey, Thomas Johnson, Michael
Lockwood, Tracy Matthews, Overton
Nicholas, Tom McDonnell, Jerry Sarnies
Courageous, motivating, captivating, and ex-
hilarating are only a few of the attributes of
the Delta woman. Delta Sigma Theta sorority
was founded at Howard University by 22 out-
standing young women and is the largest
black sorority in the nation. The sorority col-
ors are crimson and cream, the motto is "In-
telligence is the Torch of Wisdom." This is
exemplified by the many Delta women in var-
ious aspects of today's society. On the cam-
pus of USM, Delta's can be found in scholas-
tic honoraries, Golden Girls, Gold Tenders,
Who's Who, and Dean's List.
The Mu Nu Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta
was founded on this campus July 27, 1975
by eleven zealous young women. Although
the chapters are few the deeds done are nu-
merous. Annual Events include the Pepper-
mint Cotillion, Founders Day Service, Schol-
arship Programs for needy youths, Charm
Clinics, service projects for the community,
Que-Delta Greek show, and the Junior-Sen-
ior Prom for high school students.
The sisters of this sorority experience a kin-
dred spirit that develops only through the
bonds of working and playing together. The
fraternal brothers of this organization are the
men of Omega Psi Phi. Delta Sigma Theta is
a public service sorority dedicated to sharing
membership skills for the public good.
Mary Benard, Sylvia Christopher, Valeria
Evans, Laura Freeman, Carol Jones, Kelley
Jones, Annischa Knowles, Theresa Nettles.
Gwendolyn Smith, Loretta Wimberly, Lori
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Fulton Dear, Grayland Fredericks, Dannel
Henley, Danny Mason. Adrain Moffett. Eric
Richardson, Frank Wright
The Epsilon Mu chapter of Delta Zeta was
successfully recolonized through efforts of
national representatives in the fall of 1983.
The previous members of Delta Zeta became
alumnae with the recolonization.
A recolonized chapter has a unique blend of
newness, excitement, and anticipation. Even
though the colony is new, it is backed by
history experience, and loyalty to Delta Zeta.
Delta Zeta concentrates on achieving individ-
uality in a group environment.
Prospective members were chosen on the ba-
sis of unique qualities which would contribute
to a closely knit sisterhood. The girls proved
their dedication and determination by plung-
ing headlong into Greek life. Within a few
weeks, the DZs were active in football spirit
competition, and won the spirit award at the
USM vs. Alabama pep rally. Delta Zeta also
participated in the annual Chi Omega Song-
The new edition of Delta Zeta sorority pro-
vides girls with a greater opportunity to be-
come active in USM Greek life.
Jeannie Adams, Stacey Armstrong, Becky
Barcellona, Robin Blankenhorn, Ivy
Bogdahn, Tammy Boone, Monique
Bordelon, Tena Bradley, Cyndi Brooks
Gina Brown, Sherry Bums, Karin Carlson,
Jane Carney, Yohna Chambers, Jill
Clifford, Sherrie Dick, Suzette Fayard,
Susan Frith, Kristy Gash, Pamela Grosche,
Shirley Gunnell, Jo Holloway, Phyllis
Hudson, Pam James, Karen Knop, Kim
Katina Lambert, Diane Larson. Belinda
Miller, Melissa Mohr, Suzie Murphy, Jamie
Mustain, Delta McDow, Bobbye Norval,
Ellis Pike, Angelia Pope. Jane Robichaux.
Carman Sherer, Amy Shumate. Catherine
Sisson. Kelly Jo Sixkiller. Joanne Smith.
Michelle Stark, Becky Sullivan. Michele
Sykes. Rosemary Turk. Darlene Welsh.
Teresa Williams, Candace Wright. Sebrina
Zerkus. Dana Zywicki
Many years ago on a distant campus far
away, Kappa Alpha Order was founded. The
tides of time swept the seed of Kappa Alpha
here to the University of Southern Mississip-
pi, center of art, culture, and higher learning.
In 1949, this seed flourished and formed the
Kappa Alpha Mansion, home of distinguished
Southern gentlemen, where honesty, courte-
sy, and brotherhood prevail and where mint
juleps are served daily on the Southern lawn.
The men of Kappa Alpha have since taken a
paramount role in the academic, artistic, ath-
letic, cultural, governmental, recreational,
and social developments of the University,
remaining a vital cog in the mystic orb of
collegiate life at USM, in the South, and in the
Stephen Alderman, Brian Anderson,
Michael Barefield, William Baxter, Glynn
Beverly, Tony Bonones, Kim Bradley,
Douglas Clements, Jeffrey Courtney
John Crenshaw, Mark Cuevas, Jim Davis,
Sam Day, Lee Dearman, Milton Dearman,
Bobby Herring, Marc Howell, H.C. Huey
Mark James, Michael James. Charles
Jordan, Edward Jordan, Perry Knight,
Douglas Lauderdale, Kenneth Lesieur,
Robert Mason, Robert Matthews
Paul Morrison, Scott Morrow, Carroll
McLeod, Chip Newman, Joe Overstreet,
Greg Parish, Win Pittman, Robert Rinehart,
Geoffrey Sullivan, Clay Thames, Geoffrey
Vanaller, Billy Vaughn, Pete Walley,
Samuel Ward, William Yearwood, Rachel
Benfield, Meribeth Brashier
Ginger Buice, Tori Dallas, Allyson
Goodwin, Patricia Herring, Katherine
Myrick. Erin Pittman, Susan Roth, Leslie
Smith, Cindy Snowden
Angela Taylor, Kim Taylor, Debra Van,
"We will walk in the paths of KD. We will
cling to the bonds of our sorority. Wherever
we go, we will always know that Kappa Delta
will always live with us."
Being a Kappa Delta means being a part of a
whole, loving teddy bears, rainbows, and
each other. Kappa Delta can be found in all
walks of campus life: Top Ten Beauties, Dix-
ie Darlings, Honoraries, Pike Calendar Girls,
Fraternity Little Sisters, Cheerleaders, and
Kappa Deltas strive for that which is honor-
able, beautiful, and highest, give youth the
most joviality possible, want to do, instead of
have to do, and share special moments when-
Green and white, and emeralds and pearls,
are the colors and jewels of the Kappa Delta
pin and represent KD ideals. When these
colors are seen on a jersey, one can be cer-
tain that they are worn with pride.
Lisa Andry, Theresa Arender, Lacey
Ashley, Pamela Baker, Courtney Bancroft,
Myra Bodie, Alison Boyd, Mary Byington,
Allison Clayton, Heidi Cline, Patricia
Collins, Susan Crane, Linda Christian,
Beverly Currie, Regina Daniels, Genia Day,
Angela Earles, Diann Eastland, Burnie
Ewell, Patricia Fava, Karen Fletcher, Kathy
Fletcher, Mary Garcia, Diane Garner, Lisa
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Kathleen Gombos, Beth Goss, Dannette
Gould. Anne Gray, Lisa Griffith. Laurie
Grizzard, Lauren Gutierrez, Diane Hall,
Teri Harper, Lori Hasson, Patricia Herring,
Kathryn Hoke, Dianne Hosey, Stacey
Hunt, Julie Johnson, Shannan Jones, Tara
Peggy Kern, Cynthia Lane, Virginia Lane,
Angela Leblanc, Kelly Love, Kerry Love,
Leslie Magee, Natalie Martel, Maryanne
Charlotte Moak, Linda Moody, Pamela
Montgomery, Leslie Mclnvale, Sweyn
McKay, Caroline McMillen, Mona
O'Bannon, Jill Patterson, Angela Perusse
Penny Petro, Louise Porter, Vicky Purser.
Lori Roberts, Mary Rush, Ginny Sanders,
Stephanie Sandiford, Marian Sinopoli,
Lisa Spears, Melissa Taylor, Rachel
Thames, Terri Till, Robin Varnado, Shelia
Vaughn, Janet Vernon, Dana Voivedich,
Tammy Wise, Cindy Wyman, Chuck
Benigno, Chris Carter, Jim Cook.
Christopher Farris. Walker Foster. Joseph
Johnson, Jamie Loris
Brent Mitchell, Pat Slack
In 1982-1983, the men of Scarlet, White, and
Green were well represented in campus af-
fairs. In Student Government, Kappa Sigs
served as President, Executive Assistant,
and Off Campus Affairs Director, as well as
holding several key positions in the Senate
Academically, Kappa Sigma enjoyed a ban
ner year. Honors included membership in Al
pha Lambda Delta, the highest honor under
graduates can receive at USM. Severa
members were also named to Who's Who
Kappa Sigma leads the way in interfraterna
affairs, holding the position of treasurer and
delegates of the Interfraternity Council.
Kappa Sigma was also proud to have the
1983 IFC Greek of the Year.
Kappa Sigma maintains an active athletic
program, participating in over 20 intramural
programs. Kappa Sigma placed teams in the
play-offs of volleyball, football, soccer, ten-
nis, and bowling. Kappa Sigs also have repre-
sentatives on the varsity football and tennis
In community service, Kappa Sigma is sec-
ond to none, leading the way by winning the
1983 Gift of Love Award presented by the
Hattiesburg Blood Center, and by sponsoring
the Kappa Sigma Annual run for Special
Kappa Sigma's social activities include foot-
ball game parties, swaps, Founder's Day, Ca-
noe Trips, and our favorite, a four day South
Sea Island Seafood Extravaganza.
Kappa Sigma ... in pursuit of excellence.
Bruce Adams, Rick Adams, Ronnie
Adcock, Daniel Alexander, Gary Bass,
Glenn Beasley, Julio Beaton, Alexander
Behar, William Benham
Toby Berryhill, Michael Bohlke, Kenneth
Bradley, Richard Brinson, Stephen
Broadus. Stephen Carmody, Carl Carter,
Chris Carter, David Creighton
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Christopher Davidson, Martin Draeger,
David Dollar, Richard Doyle, Jim Estes,
Jeffery Evans, Michael Fultz, Leigh Furrh,
Robert Hall, Thomas Harkins, William
Hatter, Clayton Hertler, Charlie
Henderson, John Henry, Bubba Hopkins,
Randall Huddleston, Mick Jagger
Samuel Kimbrell, Andrew Langenback,
William MacWilliam, Stephen Maggio,
Michael Mangrum, Ken Martin, Robert
May, Kendall McClinton, Bubba McDaniel
Hal McDonald, Keith Richards, Christopher
Risher, Michael Rush, Steve Scott, Steve
Simmons, Wronal Simmons, Steve
Strickland, Trace Taylor
Monty Tedder, James Tramontana, Walter
Warren. Jay Wendland, John Whiddon.
Robert Williams, James Withers, Kevin
Karen Barker, Tina Borgatti, Cindy
Bradshaw, Stephanie Breland, Teri Dallas,
Angela Earles, Susan Faver. Anne Gray,
Maria Henry, Kathryn Hoke, Krista
Kleinpeter, Cynthia Lane, Connie Mitchell,
Tammy Roberts, Peggy Schroeder, Kristy
Smith, Stacey Smith
Susan Tannehill. Victoria Toussaint
PKT is the oldest national fraternity at USM,
most outstanding chapter, Mr. USM, the first
three-sport letterman in over 20 years, IFC
president, vice-president, and rush chair-
man, Omicron Delta Kappa Vice President,
Weekend, Attic Parties, Super Bowl Party,
Frank Allen Cain Community Service
Award, IFC Flag Football champions, Soror-
ity Big Brothers, Southern Style, road trips,
cheerleaders, progress, "success is never
varsity athletes, Red Carnation Ball, Lost wasting.
Edward Atherton, Carmelo Azcuy, David
Baria, Craig Beeding, Brehm Bell, Chuck
Benigno. Alan Blue, Gill Burke, Vernon
Ricky Centanni, Ivan Cobb, Charles
Cooley, Taylor Craven, James Davidson,
Damon Deas, Mike Evans, Paul Farmer,
Mike Fitzgerald, Bert Floyd, Walker Foster,
Clay Graham, Thomas Gray, Jimmie
Green, Scott Hemeter, Chuck Harrell, Billy
Charles Hewes, Timothy Howell, David
Ishee, Scott Keeney, Jackie Key, William
Kinnebrew, Klint Krieger, William
Leithead, Jamie Loris
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Greg Lucia, Thomas Mann, Michael Miller.
Scott Mitchell, Ricky Myers, Jerry Murick,
Scott McCrory, Leslie Neal, Harold Netto
David Pickering, Thomas Pisarich, Jeffrey
Prichard, John Roberson, Jerry Roberts.
Charles Robinson, Keith Sanford, Michael
Stephens, George Tate
Robert Toole, Tammy Venuqeke. Russel!
Wooten, Lee Yarbrough, Katherine
Catchot, Diane Collins, Karen Cooper, Gina
Crow, Missy Ezelle
Lisa Gollott, Kenya Gordon, Leslie Hawes.
Allison Hurt, Linda Lang, Delia Myers.
Ginny Sanders, Sissy Sharp, Dana
Cynthia West. Jana Williams. Kymberly
Being a Phi Mu means being involved in al-
most all aspects of campus life, such as Dixie
Darlings, Cheerleaders, Bat Girls, Gold
Tenders, the Pride, honorary and profession-
al fraternities, Southerner staff, ASB Sen-
ate, Community Service, Chapter Church,
Big Sis-Lil Sis, Fall Retreat, Mother, Father,
Daughter Banquet, pep rallies, International
Dinner, Fraternity Little Sisters, swaps, Big
Brothers, Candlelights, Fall Fling, Wine and
Cheese, Intramural Sports.
Cindy Ballard, Tammy Bass, Kim Bassett,
Sherry Black, Jeanne Block, Debra
Broadhead, Kelly Bourgeois, Dawn
Broadus, Lana Brooks
Karen Brown, Karen Byrd, Lori Clark,
Delery Cook, Christine Corban, Monique
Crabtree, Gina Crow, Darlene Delcambre,
Mary Duncan, Karen Edwards, Ginger
Flynt, Teresa Flynt, Suzanne Formby,
Melanie Furlow, Beverly Goodwin, Amanda
Green, Terri Guercio
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Rebecca Hart, Tracy Harwell, Tricia
Hawkins, Kimberly Herrington, Carole
Hosch, Lisa Hudson, Jennifer Janus,
Elizabeth Jordan, Kathy King
Jackie Lane, Kimberly Lee. Terri Legg,
Tambra Lindsey, Lisa Luther, Pam Martin.
Tracy Middleton. Gena McCarlie, Michele
Angie McKay, B.J. McNair, Jennifer Nagle,
Laun Pace, Joy Patrick, Cindy Patton.
Sherry Peacock, Elizabeth Pinson, Sissy
Erin Shaw, Teresa Sims, Kelly Smith, Jan
Stephens, Susan Tannehill, Dorothy Taylor,
Laura Taylor, Gena Turnipseed, Mary
Sandy Williams, Dana Wiman, Joy
Wolverton. Jo Wood, Patricia Wrolstad.
Ricky Centanni, Vince Gordon, Ricky
Myers. Kerry Mclllwain
Keith Stanford. John Sullivan
Pi Beta Phi is a previous winner of Stolman
vase, winner of the Sportsman Trophy in
Greek Games for the second year, holds first
place in Intramural sports, first place in An-
chor Splash, first place in Greek Games, first
place in the Junior Panhellenic Talent Show.
Among Pi Phi sisters there are Dixie Darlings,
Sigma Nu Little Sisters, Alpha Tau Omega
Little Sisters, Kappa Alpha Little Sisters,
Kappa Sigma Little Sisters, ATO and Phi
Gamma Delta Sweethearts, Pi Kappa Alpha
Calendar Cover Girl, Angel Flight, Golden
Girls, Golden Girl President, Pom Pom Girls,
Natchez Pilgrimage Queen, Top Ten Beauty,
Southern Student Government Senators,
Panhellenic President, University Activities
Council Officers, President and Dean's List
Scholars, Freshman Honorary Members, As-
sociated Student Body Members, and Greek
Goddess for 1983.
See why we're so proud of Pi Phi!
Carol Addy, Winter Ainsworth, Mary
Anderson, Monica Balius, Rachel Benefield,
Ginger Buice, Cindy Crane, Cindy Crane,
Jean Collette, Cathy Cole, Melinda Dana,
Monica Davidson, Susan Dillard, Kimberly
Dionne, Sherry Dixon, Robin Dubuisson,
Brenda Ellzey, Eleanor Evans, Pamela
Evans, Amy Firmin, Janet Fisher, Paula
Gates, Katrina Gunn, Christine Hall,
Cindy Hardy, Phyllis Harter, Kathleen
Heard, Alice Hultz, Cynthia Johnston,
Angie Jones, Deborah Leyda, Amber
Martin, Melinda Martin
Jennifer Mascagni, Brenda Matthews,
Betsy Mercer, Lois Montgomery, Dara
Moore, Malanie Morris, Nancy Murray,
Sherye McCaa, Kimber McHenry
Kim McPhie, Honey Newcomb, Sonia Nosser,
Lori Oradat, Susan Parketl, Rhonda Parker.
Anita Phillips, Marion Pitalo, Charlotte Poole
Mary Richards, Lynn Ryan, Nancy Schisler,
Melissa Schloegel, Donna Schmidt, Cynthia
Simpson, Kim Smith, Leslie Smith, Stacey
Deanne Sory. Paige Sparks. Melissa
Spencer, Nancy Steen. Lynn Stephens,
Robin Stephens, Mary Stephenson,
Stephanie Stotland, Misty Tullos
Pam Verucchi, Kimberly Vowell. Karen Ward.
Brenda Willson, Joy Wixon. Finley Trosclair.
The men of Pi Kappa Alpha are constantly
assuming an active role on and off campus.
During the 1982-1983 school year, the Pikes
were the Interfraternity Council sports cham-
pions. This fall the Pikes have had teams in
the co-rec volleyball and floor hockey play-
offs and bowling finals.
Continuing a tradition of leadership on cam-
pus, Pi Kappa Alpha has two men in the
Associated Student Body Cabinet, three Sen-
ators, the IFC Scholarship chairman, Judicial
Board members and the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court. Also, Pi Kappa Alpha en-
joys having Southern Style members, numer-
ous sorority Big Brothers, members of many
academic honoraries, Youth Congress Sena-
tors, Marshalls for the Magnolia Golf Classic,
Varsity Athletes, Honors College students,
and representation in Southern Exposure.
The Pikes pride themselves in having the
best little sister program on campus and the
privilege of annually publishing a calendar
featuring twelve of the most beautiful girls on
campus. In other areas the Pikes received the
March of Dimes Award, sponsored the Hat-
tiesburg Meals-On-Wheels program, began
service work for the Ellisville State School,
sponsored athletes in the Mississippi Special
Olympics, and received the Delta Region
Most Improved Chapter Award.
Being a brother in Pi Kappa Alpha also
means participating in an enriched social life.
Activities include Dream Girl Formal, Pat
O'Brien Party, Toga Party, Hawaiian Tropic
Beauty Contest, Greek Games Party, Rush
Parties, Pledge-Active Retreats, and many
other functions such as swaps or football par-
ties. In other words, Pi Kappa Alpha symbol-
izes involvement at USM. Once a Pike, al-
ways a Pike.
Wayne Ashcraft, Beryl Bagley, Marc
Barhonovich, Gary Bedsole, Ricky
Berryhill, J.K. Bowman, Kenneth Boyd,
Paul Broussard, David Butler
Charles Byram, Thomas Byrge, Chris
Calhoun, William Carter, Michael Causey,
David Cobb, Mark Colbert, Alva Lee Cook,
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Francis Coulters, Curt Crawford, Marc
Evans, Rhett Flake, Dean Fletcher, Jerry
Gandy, James Goodwin, James Graham,
James Hanzalik, Isaac Harris, John
Harvey, Nathan Hays, Stephen Horton,
Ron James, Joseph Jasmon, Joseph
Johnson, Rick Johnson
Steven Lacy, Karl Lawrence, John
Leonard, Scott Lewis, Michael Lockwood,
Jim Macdonald, James Madison, Thomas
Morrison, Robert McCrary
Charlie McSwain, David Oakes III, Doug
Oakes, Steven Page, Edward Pinero, Bart
Posey, Russell Ragsdale, James Richards,
Bobby Ross, John Ruble, Gordon
Scheurich, Scott Schlosser, Mitchell
Schwitters, Jim Sisson, Pat Slack, Gregory
Smilek, Stan Smitt
John Sonnier, Eugene Starks, Edward
Staton, Kevin Stockstill, William Story,
John Stuart, Lester Stuart, Daniel
Thompson, Thomas Towler
John Varner, Jim Warren, Thomas
Warren, Charles Weems, Harold Whatley,
Andrew Wichert, Keith Yates, Ray Zasoski,
Pamela Baker, Cindy Ballard, Kelly
Burbett, Mary Byington, Cathy Calhoun,
Yohna Chambers, Julie Cook, Patricia
Collins, Sally Dudley
Diann Eastland. Pamela Grice, Laura
Grizzard, Kathleen Guizerix. Angela
Leblanc, Karen Pope, Vicki Purser,
Jacalyn Ratliff, Lorraine Redd
Judy Risher, Sandy Smith, Cindy Stewart.
Michele Stockstill, Melissa Taylor, Barbara
Teel, Vicki Vann, Suzie Welch, Kerrin
Jo Ann Palmertree, Tommy Palmertree
Mississippi Sigma was again chosen one of
the top five chapters in the nation. The chap-
ter was USM's largest fraternity, with 105
members and 25 little sisters of Minerva, in-
cluding Mom Fairley.
The SAE's participated in Songfest, Blood
Drive, Penny Drive, Anchor Splash, Greek
Games, all pep rallies, and all intramural
sports. There were football parties, recep-
tions, champagne breakfasts, swaps, Winter
Formal, and another Great Paddy Murphy.
Members participated as football and basket-
ball cheerleaders, USM Mikeman, Associat-
ed Student Body Cabinet members, 30 So-
rority Big Brothers, Omicron Delta Kappa,
Who's Who, Hall of Fame, Southern Style,
Southern Exposure, and four of five Out-
standing Freshmen Men. SAE's could be
found in varsity football, baseball, track, ten-
nis, golf, and soccer.
SAE ... a degree in friendship.
Gary Adam, Joey Allen, Scott Bancroft,
Wayne Baucum, Jim Brassel, Steve
Buckley, Alan Burnham, Greg Butler, Mark
Steven Champney, Joe Clarke, Stephen
Coachys, Mark Coats, Leroy Crouch, David
Cuevas, Joe Daniels, Ray Daniels, David
Chuck Davis, Chuck Donlin, Kent Douglas,
Cliff Downing, Dean Ethridge, Jon Everill,
Jon Farris, Tater Freeman, Peter Gargulio
Robert Garner, Tommy Garriga, John
Gratwick, Rick Grayson, Arlo Guthrie,
Tony Guy, Jeff Hardy, Jeff Harris, Bobby
Nick Hubbard, Donnie Hutchinson, Scott
Jennings, Jeff Jordan, Andy Kennedy,
John Kirk, Brett Kirkman, Emile Koury,
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Randall Lee, Paul Leonards, Mark Lewis,
Chuck Lick, David Lingle, Michael Lindsay,
John Long, Monte Manguno, Bob Maishall
Tom Marine, Bill Massey, Tracey Mathews.
Tim McCrory, Alan Metz, Dean Miller,
Jimmy Miller, Scott Miller, James Mulkey
David Myrick, Rowdy Nosser, Barry
Parker, Jerry Pierce, Jim Pinson, Terry
Pinson, Bob Posey, Jody Powell, John
Ricky Rayborn, John Rea, Glenn Riley,
Clay Robbins, Roy Robinson, Mike Rowells,
Ronnie Runnels, Jack Rush, Michael
Morgan Shands, Jerry Shoulders, Scott
Shutze, David Simmons. Newell Simrall,
Dennis Smith, Joel Sousa, Frank Spencer,
Andy Stewart, Jeff Stringer, Holmes
Sturgeon, David Sullivan, Mike Temple,
Jody Tidwell, Scott Townsend, Clay
Tucker, Michael Turnbough
John Vardaman, Bruce Watt, Ken
Waltman, Hans Weger, Mike Wilken.
Danny Wright, Virginia Fairley, Cynthia
Abraham, Ann Bancroft
Melanie Bancroft, Kelly Bourgeois, Susan
Bowman, Cynthia Brown, Allison Clayton.
Jayme Collins, Mary Garcia, Carole Hosch.
Kerry Love, Pam Martin, Maryanne
Massey, Charlotte Moak. Libby Morrow.
Kathy Schwarzauer. Tami Tonore
Since its installation as a chapter on Novem-
ber 22, 1981, the Theta Delta chapter of
Sigma Chi has dominated every aspect of
campus life. In academics, Sigma Chi has
been awarded the highest honors possible
from both the University and Sigma Chi Na-
tional. In sports, Sigma Chi became the first
fraternity in USM's history to win the sports
trophy three years consecutively.
In campus involvement, Sigma Chi members
include cheerleaders, the Eagle mascot,
Who's Who, Omicron Delta Kappa mem-
bers, tennis team members, varsity football
members, and Associated Student Body cabi-
net and University Activities Council mem-
bers. Sigma Chi is represented by its many
members who serve as big brothers of sorori-
ties on campus.
The brothers of Sigma Chi are active on the
USM campus and in the Hattiesburg commu-
nity as well. With so many outstanding mem-
bers, it's no wonder why Sigma Chi is number
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James Aguilar, Matthew Barrett, Kreg
Bartley, James Beeson, Larry Bellipanni,
Rod Bonham, Greg Bradley, Brent Mitchell,
David Carr, Vincent Colucci, Arty Creel,
Niles Cruthirds, Donald Davenport, Jeffery
Files, Michael Finley, Mark Franklin, Carey
Scott Gettys, Dale Gleneck, Frank Glenn,
John Gordon, Rodney Gordon, Vince
Gordon, Steve Hand, Kyle Greer, Robert
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Jay Hoitt, Louis Holmes, Derrick House,
Michael Jones, Claude Jordan, Mark
Kniphfer, Samuel Leslie, Alan Lucas,
Robert Mathner, Kevin May, John
Milbrook, Paul Mims, Anthony Mullen,
Graham McCarty, Tom McDonnell, Kerry
Mclllwain, Hal McMahon
Michael McMullan, Dudley Nations, Jerry
Nettles, Al Newton, Mitchell O'Brien,
Vernon Peacock, John Phillips, Stephen
Phillips, Kevin Reinerth
Michal Scandone, Kenneth Sharak, Paul
Shore, Matt Smith, Milton Smith, Bob Snell
Mark Spinney, Martin Stubblefield. Blake
Gerald Vines, William Ward, Bob Wiley.
Gary Wolverton. Lori Ainsworth, Tamara
Bartley, Maureen Bryant, Amy Carlisle,
Patricia Fava, Valerie Gardner, Donna
Ginn, Anna Halley, Kathy King, Patti King.
Virginia Lane, Jennifer Lindsay, Martha
Tracy Middleton, Kern Mordica, Laurie
Mullis, Stephanie Noble, Alesia Phillips.
Sondra Robinson, Tracey Tinnon, Karen
Ward, Amy Weldy
Achieving goals is nothing new to Sigma Nu.
Outstanding academics, athletics, and par-
ties were only part of the everyday activities
of Sigma Nu during the year. Toga Party,
Sprint for St. Jude's, White Rose Formal, and
the 69th Annual Spring Fertility Yard Party
/Festival and Mardi Gras Carnival will con-
tinue this commitment to excellence. It is be-
cause of this commitment that we offer our
tribute to America's favorite family. The
ideals of love, tranquility, apple pie, and par-
enthood are those we hold most dearly.
Backwards Brady, Backwards Brady Jr.,
Blind Brady, Booker Brady, Brut Brady,
Bubba Subba Brady, Cal State Brady,
Charles Manson Brady, Chickenhawken
D. Baba Brady, Dr. Blam Brady, Eraser
Head Brady, Grady Brady, Grady Shady
Brady, Harry Brady, Hector Brady, [ma
Peter Brady, Jake Blues Brady
James Jr. Brady, Ima D. Brady, Katts Ash
Brady, Muhammid Brady, Omar Brady, Pa
Tater Brady, Shady Brady, Siamease
You are cordially invited to attend the
Sixty-Ninth Anal Toga Party at the
newly renovated Sigma Nu Ball-Room
and Motor Lodge*. After a two year
absence, back by popular demand;
Rude, Crude, and Totally unacceptable
individuals with no redeaming human
values assemble themselves for the
pilgramiage to inebriation in honor of
our Fraternal God Bacchus.
P.S. As always, Toga's and hosing around
*A.C. and Fluid Expulsion Facilities available
Sluggo Brady, Spot Brady, Stork Brady,
Subba Son Brady, Tad Brady, The Dog
Brady, Whop Brady, Zeik Brady, Keith
Cindy Blackmer, Lee Ann Blackmer
Pamela Gayle Evans, Leigh Laney, Angie
McKay. Crissy O'Connors
Sigma Phi Epsilon is the second largest greek
social fraternity for men in the nation. Our
distinguished alumni enjoy a position of
prominence equaled by few and surpassed
by none in the fields of business, state and
national government and education.
However, the true uniqueness of Sigma Phi
Epsilon is found in its devotion to the cardinal
principles which have been a guide and
source of strength and inspiration since its
of becoming. A mystic ritual that points to the
virtue of growth. Growth as a scholar, as a
man, and as a citizen. Growth that is nutured
by the concern, the discipline, and the love
that constitutes our elite brotherhood.
Sigma Phi Epsilon is involvement that touch-
es every area of campus life, allows us to
contribute to the quality of our University
community, and to draw from it the exper-
iences which will enrich us as individuals, as
brothers, and as an organization.
Sigma Phi Epsilon is a celebration of the act Sigma Phi Epsilon is growth.
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Henry Aubin, Jame Lee Baker, George
Berry, Jeff Boyd, Richard Craven, Keith
Detommaso, Scott Dutton, Russell
Fitzgerald, Kenneth Floore
Steen Hambric, David Hanser, Kerry
Jenkins, Jessie Joyner, Sam Landry, Stuart
Love, Michael Lyons, Michael Majors,
James Myers, Kevin McCarty, John
McDonald, John Mclnnis, Jerald McVeay,
Thomas Patrick, Thomas Price, Tommy
Ramshur, Mitchell Reeves
Bruce Smith, Craig Smith, Alan Stewart,
Bobby Stokes, Terry Thomas, Kevin White,
Joy Samrow, Kathleen Crandall, Yvonne
Davona Daugherty, Kerri Folse, Manique
Glaab, Jane Marie Gunkel, Vicki
Hammack, Wendy Mader, Nancy Neal, Joy
Necaise, June Reese
Paige Saulters, Karyn Stephens, Mary
Stock, Carole Tisdelle, Renee Williams
The USM colony of Tau Kappa Epsilon is one
of the fastest growing fraternities on campus.
TKE has always done well in its areas of
participation. The Tekes have the highest
grade point average of all fraternities and
have held the highest active grade point aver-
age for the past two years.
TKE has a strong intramural program. Tekes
participate in football, bowling, softball, floor-
hockey, and many other sports.
TKE continues its community service pro-
jects by sponsoring the Annual River Race
for St. Judes Research Children's Hospital
and the Tree of Life for the National Kidney
Tekes are involved in other campus and pro-
fessional organizations and hold numerous
leadership positions in addition to their aca-
demic and fraternal commitments. Tekes are
also active in ROTC, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi
Theta Kappa, the campus media, the Univer-
sity Activities Council, and many other honor-
ary and service organizations.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, an integral part of the
USM Greek community, is the fraternity for
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Randy Baker, Charlie Bissell, Jeff Byrd,
Bob Coonfield, Mike Dennis, Ivan Garcia,
Wesley Gouchie, John Greene, Dan Hester
Pat McCabe, Tim McClelland, Tony
McCraney, Tony Papa, Lance Pittman,
Rick Poulter, Mike Sackman, Wayne
Scarborough, Jeff Smith
Jim Sullivan, Phillip Trower, Mike Wade.
Ross Walton. Gilland Welsch, Chuck
Whitehead, Chuck Whittington, Ken
Wooten, Gene Redondo
Felicia Brewer, Fiona Bowen, Honey Bea
Easterling, Paige Lubritz, Linda
Montgomery, Diana McCaughan, Kay
Scarborough, Amanda Schaller
A relatively young organization, both nation-
wide and on the campus of USM, Zeta Phi
Beta is committed to "rendering service to
improve the human condition."
Some of the projects of Zeta Phi Beta this
year include programs such as the March of
Dimes Walk-A-Thon, United Way Halloween
Carnival, visits to nursing homes, and visits to
the children's wards of local hospitals. The
main objectives of Zeta Phi Beta are: scholar-
ship, service, sisterly love, and finer woman-
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Miller, Willie Moody, Kenneth O'Quinn.
Ray Polk, Michael Steward. Douglas
Tri Sigma is a warm smile, a friendly hand-
clasp, a close circle of friends, thousands of
sisters. It is afterstudy talks, fraternity for-
mats, sympathetic listeners, happiness
shared. It is a bouquet of violets, a pearl,
purple and white ribbons, a white dress. It is
democratic action, parliamentary procedure,
service to others, assuming responsibility. It is
pursuit of knowledge, growing in understand-
ing, high standards, opportunities unlimited.
It is learning good citizenship, improving
manners, developing talents, remaining an
individual while participating in a group.
Tri Sigma is an arc, an indented triangle, a
circle, a creed. It is faith, love, loyalty. It is
ceremony, ritual, tradition. It is commitment
to yesterday, today, tomorrow. Tri Sigma is
sisterhood faithful unto death.
Darla Baronich, Amy Coghlan, Carole
Deere, Bridget Dickerson, Cheryl Dillon,
Barbara Donley, Paula Etheridge, Becky
Fitch, Suzanne Golden
Vickie Hollinger, Mary Kahlstore, Kristi
Ladner, Wendy Mader, Leslie Patterson,
Lee Perry, Robin Reeves, Cindy Smartt,
Anne Stowers, Brenda Tinnin, Tina Wieck,
Chris Calhoun, Jackie Key, Steve Phelps,
Residence Hall Association
First Row: Vickie Woods,
Rcsa Shields, Laura Cope,
Charissa Simmons, Ann
Howell, Tina Hines, Pam Jen-
kins, Cathy Roy, Beverly Pill-
man, Danetta Potts, Susan
Guy. Second Row: Karen Go-
dail, Beth McCoy, Odessa
Howard, Melanie Turner,
Carol Holm, Debra Williams,
Kenneth Englehardt, Brad
Haik, Richard Herring.
Richard Herring, Publicity;
Tina Hines, NCC; Beverly
Pillman, Treasurer; Vickie
Woods, Secretary; Susan
Guy. President; Brad Haik,
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First Row: Debbie Parker,
Darla Baronich, Kim McPhie,
Kathy Schwarzaur, Cindy
Wyman. Second Row:
Tammy Yates, Amy Firmin,
Elizabeth Hanshaw. Third
Row: Sherry Peacock, Susan
Strahan, Kristy Smith, Teresa
Nettles, Yvonne Putman.
Junior Panhellenic Council
First Row: Cathy Smith, Presi
dent; Darla Baronich, Advi
sor. Second Row: Lisa Bruno
Brenda Tinnin, Anita Phillips
Tammy Bass, Robin Varnado
Phyllis Hudson, Lucy Bush
Cathy Steen, Debbie Reeder
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First Row: Ross Walton, Jim
Estes, Scooter Richards, Eric
Johnson, Billy Hewes, Van
Imbragulio, Douglas Walker,
Scott Patten. Second Row:
Bob Snell, Eric Labat, Ken-
neth Jimmerson, David Ishee,
Mike Barnes, Pat Slack, Marc
Barhonovich, Michael Stew-
art, Ian Kincock. Third Row:
Andre Redd, Jamie Loris,
Mark Franklin, Mike Man-
grum, Rhett Rush, Steen
Hambrick, Mark Bryant,
David Butler, Academic
Chairman; Clarke Baratti,
Rush Chairman, Public Rela-
tions Chairman; Laren Whid-
don, Treasurer; Billy Hewes,
Secretary; Eric Labat, Vice-
President; Eddie Atherton,
President. Not Pictured: Bob
Snell. Activities Chairman.
First Row: Newell Simrall,
Mike Man; Dina Alford, An-
gela Fokakis, Gina Daniels,
Sharon Garbin, Dianne Ho-
sey, Jayme Collins, Bob Snell,
Mascot. Second Row: Todd
Gillis, Kenneth Clark, Monte
Manguno, Ken Waltman,
Steve Buckley, Mike Man-
Men's Basketball Cheerleaders
First Row: Debbie Broadhead, Beth Merrell, Kristi Pitalo, Tammy Weeks, Dana Voivedich, Francie George. Second Row: David Oakes, Todd Gillis, David Myrick, Mike Mason, John Ro-
berson. Third Row: Eric "Poncho" James, Mascot. Not Pictured: Willie Lawrence.
Women's Basketball Cheerleaders
First Row: Jill Jenkins. Second Row: Melissa Mohr. Third Row: Beth LeBlanc, Co-Captain; Valerie Yarbrough, Connie Reid, Co-Captain.
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"Pride of Mississippi"; Geor-
gane Love, Coordinator of
Flag and Rifle Corps; Charles
Thomas, Gary Adam, Drum
Majors; Beth Glover, Tami
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Dawn Broadus, Cindy Hilbun,
Missy Ezelle, Ruth Leggett;
First Row: Dawn Broadus,
Monica Davison, Robin
Kessler, Kerri Mordica, Be-
linda Myze, Melody Woodard,
Heather Duncan, Debbie
Broadhead, Sissy Sharp, Kym
Lawrence, Jennifer Nagle,
Delery Cook, Misty Tullos,
Tammy Wise, Michelle
McCormick, Jackie Lane,
Sherrye Freeman, Theresa
Taylor, Ruth Leggett. Second
Row: Cindy Hilbun, Becky
Stock, Suzanne Lumpkin,
Deborah Henderson, Mary
Ann Rush, Cindy Brown
Anita Rawls, Cheryl Boyles
Vicki Vann, Hope Chiniche
Lisa Collins, Julia Denson, Al
lison Clayton, Marion McCa
leb, Jennifer Caveny, Karen
Brown, Angela Perusse
Missy Ezelle. Third Row: Re
nee Smith, Cindy Ballard, Gigi
Gerson, Holly Hasty, Laurie
Mullis, Susan Tannehill, Mi
chelle Elliot, Donna Collins
Terri Legg, Lynn Swett, Lyd
ia Jackson, Linda Hubbard
Kathleen Davis, Pam Verru
chi, Karen Brown, Deborah
Lyles, Candy Walker, Kim
Gleber, Delane Taylor,
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First Row: Laura Cuevas,
Holly Herrington, Sheila Wil-
liams, Sharon Bentz, Jan
Metzler, Melanie Barber. Sec-
ond Row: Dana Fields, Dee-
Dee Thompson, Lonnie Mel-
vin, Valerie Galle, Chrissy
Herring, Janice Fulton. Third
Row: Lori Ehlers, Julie
Smithy, Jacquie Jerrolds,
Jennifer Robinson, Sandy Sa-
figan, JoAnn Kaufman, Amy
Shumate. Not Pictured: Vicki
First Row: Angie Benfield,
Kay Courtney, Joni Jackson,
Karyn Ludington, Hope Gar-
rett, Sherry Dick, Jena
Belcher. Second Row: Karyn
Mullen, Captain; Jeanna Bell,
Bridget Foley, Debbie Ciano,
Nicole McCleery, Miki Kahl-
storf, Anna Clark, Captain.
Third Row: Dana Jernigan,
Captain; Lisa Bruno, Tangy
Ladner, Susan Quarles, Lisa
Anderson, Leigh Laney, Chris
Hall, Renae Smith, Becky As-
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First Row: Karen Fletcher, Angie Slimon, Cynthia Abraham, Treasurer; Nina Lowery, Secretary; Cindy Warren, President; Jan Mooney, Vice President; Polly Anna Peterson, Kim
McPhie. Second Row: Karon Walters, Loretta Barnes, Alesia Phillips, Dannetta Potts, Sheryl Seaton, Ann Rankin, Leslie Hawes, Elizabeth Magee, Kelley Jones, Diedre Hodge, Julie
Cook, Diane Collins, Maria Henry. Third Row: Leah Huff, Cindy Stewart, Debbie King, Lisa Griffith, Lacey Ashley, Kellee Milstead, Ginny Sanders, Diann Eastland, Theresa Arender,
Carol Theobald, Lori Hasson, Burnie Jo Ewell, Peggy Shoeder, Lisa Spears, Dana Voivedich, Kristy Smith, Paula Fowler.
Associated Student Body
Cabinet First Row: Bruce
Adams, Bubba McDaniel,
Ginny Sanders, Erin Finley,
James Aquilar, Eugene
Starks, Marcie Davis. Second
Row: Mike McPhail, Toni
Wells, Chris Carter, Kerry
Love, Stella Payton, Jane
Fenimore, Jenny Lindsay, Su-
zie Faver. Third Row: Joe
Paul, Sponsor; John Harvey,
Rod Gordon, Michael Finley,
Wayne Herring, Michelle Ni-
chols, Jim Warren, President;
David Groth, Cindy Smartt,
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Senate Staff Al Haralson, Historian; Mark Franklin, Sergeant at Arms; Cindy Bradshaw, Secretary; Janice
Perkins, Secretary; Gregg Stanley, Public Relations Officer; Steve Sheppard, President.
Steve Sheppard, Vice President
Mike McPhail, Attorney;
Mike Finley, Director of Legal
Eugene Starks, Attorney
Marcie Davis. Secretary;
Andre Redd, Election
Chris Carter, Executive
Assistant to the President
Cindy Smartt, Special Projects
Suzie Faver, Spring Spirit
Jenny Lindsay, Associate
Director of Student Services;
James Aguilar, Director of
Michelle Nichols, Director of
Lee Gipson, Director of
Advertising and Promotion
First Row: Tracy Harwell,
Ronnie Ladner, Robin Brown,
Marc Barhonovich, June
Guice, Connie McCardle,
Kathy King, Francis MacFar-
laine, Amy Firmin, Kent
McPhail. Second Row: Karl
Barnett, Billy Newman, Jean
Collette, Felecia Bell, David
Groth, President Pro Tern
pure; Suzanne Gillespie
Craig Ellmo, Bobby Ross, He
len Rentz, Dale Beasley, Les
lie Ridlehoover. Third Row
Steve Sheppard, President
Kerry Mcllwain, Lee Gipson
Richard Beard, Steve Sim
mons, Eric Labat, Todd
University Activities Council
First Row: Jon Morrem, Vic-
tor Bailey, Pat Kergosien,
Rinny Woodruff, Ross Wal-
ton, Billy Powe, Regina Light-
sey, Carlin Wolfe, Kevin Da-
vis, Jan Mooney, President;
Joe Paul, Sponsor. Second
Row: Joanne Green, Tonia
Painter, Camille Johnson,
Tammy Holder, Jeanne
McDuff, Will Browne, Mary
Harris, Trish Borosky, Billy
Hewes, Leah Shemper, Rob-
ert Lesley, Mara Hartman,
Mark Wigginton, Ginger
Buice. Third Row: Brian Clay-
ton, David Cook, Sonny Da-
vis, Thomas Schmidt, Cal
Fruendt, Anna Halley, Janine
Howell, George Yerger,
Caren Mahoney, Vince Gor-
don, Cindy Tipton, Bea Dan-
iels, Amy Price, Melissa Ev-
ans, Marie Scheeler.
Will Browne, Non-Music
Chairperson; Marie Scheeler,
Secretary; Jan Mooney, Presi-
dent; Ginger Buice, Advertis-
ing Chairperson; Victor Bai-
ley, Music Chairperson.
UAC Music Committee
First Row: Mara Hartman,
Victor Bailey, Chairperson.
Second Row: Jeanne McDuff
Third Row: Cal Fruendt, Bea
Daniels, Thomas Schmidt,
Vince Gordon, Leah
Shemper, Regina Lightsey,
UAC Non-Music Committee
First Row: Tonia Painter, Will
Tammy Holder, Jon Morrem.
Second Row: Carlin Wolfe,
Rinny Woodruff. Third Row:
Robert Lesley, Kevin Davis.
Fourth Row: Pat Kergosien,
UAC Advertising Committee
First Row: Ross Walton, Anna
Halley, Caren Mahoney, Jan-
ine Howell, Camille Johnson,
Sandra Smith, Mary Harris,
Amy Price. Second Row: Da-
vis Cook, Sonny Davis, Ginger
Buice, Chairperson; Sandra
Thompson, Melissa Evans.
Lawrence Joiner, President;
Jeffery Johnson, Vice Presi-
dent; Alisa Larry, Music
Chairperson; Jerry Wood-
land, Special Events; Carol
Cannon, Secretary; Rachel
Pudas, Treasurer; Michelle
Lennox, Historian; Minnie
Austin, Advisor; Warren
Dunn, Union Director; Be-
linda Millhollin, Recruitment.
Baptist Student Union
First Row: Debbie McCormick, Lisa Moyer, Deborah Causey. Second Row: Bonnie Hearon, Debbie Dickerson, Marcia Broome, Carol Leake, Cecile Reeves, Ray Meece, Marilyn
Walker, Steve Holston, Will McCall. Third Row: Steve Cowan, Jerry East, Billy Windham, Randy Sims, Neil Byrd, Kirk Lucky.
Southern Christian Student Center
First Row: Monica Huff, Cath-
erine Robinson, Robin Rus-
sell, Joe Brumfield, Mark Ni-
chols. Second Row: Delia
Robinson, Becky Smith, Shar-
on McLendon, Onita McLen-
don, Jake Smith. Third Row:
Tina Venable, Kathy Vena-
ble, Wendy Winstead, David
Carroll, Vicki Borcher. Not
Pictured: Stan Dillingham,
David Johnson, Gloria Lane-
hart, Peggy Smith, Juanita
McLendon, Mickey Welsh,
Association of Baptist Students
T - r
First Row: Nancy Moore. Mi-
chelle Flynt, Anna Stewart,
Music Chairwoman; Lauria
Wade, Lana Wade. Second
Row: David Sprague, Presi-
dent; Diana Romar. Lisa
Fowler, Secretary /Trea-
surer; Claytor Sullivan, Dave
Conover, Vice President. Not
Pictured: Angela Heffner,
First Row: Bigi Malsbury,
Tom Samson, Tina Fisher,
Sharon Bouzek, Deanne Sory,
Shannon Toler, Steve Hol-
ston, Jan Waring, Bill Ray-
mond. Second Row: Herb
Bourne, Danny Mullis, Tom
Pace, Betsy Sullivan, Andrea
Troth, Karen Jefcoats, Sandy
First Row: Shannon Toler,
Thomas Samson, Jan Waring,
Tom Pace, Deanne Sory.
Second Row: Karen Jefcoats,
Church of God in Christ Fellowship
Micah J. Scott, President;
Danny Johnson, Vice Presi-
dent; Milton Miskel, Treasur-
er; Bernice Wilson, Secretary;
J. Catherine Wilson, Advisor.
Afro-American Cultural Society
First Row: Craig Colby, Bes-
sie Smith, Ruth Bell, Gwendo-
lyn Jefferson, Vincent Rosse,
Kecia Jones, Edrika Kelly.
Thecia Kelly, Barbara Mon-
cure, Loretta Barnes, Tamara
Dear, Patricia Barnes, Jeffery
Wolfe, Ronald Bingham,
Freddie Jones. Second Row:
Phyllis Jones, Gail Berry,
Sherri Fairley, Roxie Holder,
Rena Barnes, Angela Lewis.
First Row: Amy Firmin, Kel-
lee Milstead, Donna Ginn,
Cheryl Boyles, Alison
Grantham, Amy Weldy. Sec-
ond Row: Terry Pinson, Alan
Lucas, Matt Smith, Jennifer
Munn, Anne Bancroft, Edie
Lack, Mary Margaret Mitch-
ell, Lisa Hargott, Newell Sim-
rail, Treasurer; Steve Size-
more, President. Not
Pictured: Lynn Ainsworth,
Bobby Hensley, Missy Lough-
man, Billy Newman, Kim Wil-
lis, Tammy Yates, Barbara
Honors Student Association
First Row: Camilla Halzer.
Second Row: Bruce Sculth-
orpe, Deedee Blanton, Kim
Willis, Carlin Wolfe, Joey To-
mei, Julie Boudreaux. Third
Row: Linda Pledger, Will
Browne, Julie Bodenheimer.
Fourth Row: Pat Murphy,
Rusty Eaton, Catherine
Smith, Denise Viator, David
Sullivan. Fifth Row: Kris
Smith, Anita Hamel, Frank
Sloan, Ann Loney, Tim
Phi Delta Rho
First Row: Denise Hester, He-
len Rentz, Barbara Teel,
Carey Bonin, Tina Hines, Car-
ol Welker, Amy Carlisle,
Leontyne Hairston, Cynthia
Abraham, Sandy Parks, Flor-
ence Harkins. Second Row:
Andrea Jelusich, Jill Ewald,
Cathy Egley, Merrie Dorman,
Patti Jean Page, Tammy
Hammond, Angie Raines,
Cheri Campbell. Third Row:
Alice Hultz, Jacquie Ellmo,
Ann Wedding, Cheryl Hill,
Vialla Hartfield, Carla Mur-
phy. Not Pictured: Kristy
Smith, Donna Huch, Amy
Frederick, Ruth May, Laura
Outstanding Freshmen Women Gail Waters, President; Caren Mahoney, Most Outstanding Fresh-
First Row: Penny Nowell. Second Row: Caren Mahoney, Kimberly man Woman
Willis, Tammy Yates.
First Row: Lavella Wilson
Randall Lee, Angie Butler
Lee Hildman, Advisor. Sec
ond Row: Paula Sanford
President; Dale Shattles, Sec
retary; Clarence Powell
Treasurer; Lisa Dobbins
Steve Counts, Martha Powell
Jo Beth Gatewood. Not Pic
tured: Cindy West, Vice Presi
Chi Tau Epsilon
First Row: Margaret Bowlin,
Second Row: Cindy Brown,
Debbie Browning, Victoria
Mcintosh, Monica Davidson.
Third Row: Karen Garmen,
Peaches Rogers, Graduate
Assistant; Janet Pieur, Spon-
sor; Sylvia Strickland, Vice
President; Rocio Trest, Public
Relations, Susan Patterson,
President; Leigh McFarland.
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Phi Theta Kappa
First Row: Dawson Wilkerson,
1st Vice President; George
Calhoun, Treasurer; Martha
Fortenberry, Sponsor. Sec-
ond Row: Ellenbeth Royal.
Historian; Terri Weitzel,
President. Third Row: Trent
Williams, 2nd Vice President.
Not Pictured: Karen Sanford,
Fall Secretary; Regina Shep-
pard, Spring Secretary; Ar-
deth Saunders, Fall Reporter;
Cheryl Bullock, Spring Re-
Tau Beta Sigma
First Row: Mary Claire Harri-
son, Secretary; Donna Cook,
Second Vice President; Kim
Barattini, President; Diane
Silver, First Vice President;
Donna Wood, Treasurer;
Judy Bartels. Second Row:
Marsha Anderson, Janice
Perkins, Deanna Little, Yo-
landa Ellis. Third Row:
Tammy Kirkland, Lisa Mc-
Donald, Karen Kay, Jennie
Hem, Cindy Howard, Joann
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
First Row: Bill Sadler, Carla
Edmondson, Sweetheart; J.C.
Baker, Judy Bartels, Little
Sister; Denise Viator, Little
Sister; Christy Hall, Little Sis-
ter; Terry Johnson, Jeff Kea-
ton, Stan Toler, Frank Gen-
tile, Jamin Hoffman. Second
Row: Philip Crumbley, Troy
Mitchum, Greg Hoffland, Ben
Burnett, Kenny Myrick, Ricky
Seal, Charles Thomas, Mark
Bryant, Tom Grant, Frank
Longino, J. P. Banks, Robert
Hamaker, Brian Stiffler, Vin-
Kappa Kappa Psi
First Row: Terri Johnson
Doby Yates, Willie Lawrence
Tony Darling, Terry Trigg
Troy Mitchum, James Boy
kins. Second Row: Diane Sil
ver, Sweetheart; JoAnn Kauf
man, John Patterson, Silas
Lewis, Paul Rester, David
Williams, Kenny Myrick,
Charles Thomas, Tommy
Sketes, LaMarcus Stamps.
Alpha Psi Omega
First Row: Patricia Borosky,
Lora Edwards, Secretary/
Treasurer, Karen Rice. Sec-
ond Row: Stan Loftin. Vice
President; Todd SanMillan,
President; Kenneth McDade.
Gamma Beta Phi
Quynh Huong Bui
L isa Thames
Society for Paralegal Services
Dee Aultman, President;
Tony Papa, Janis Monk,
Treasurer; Libby Condia, Ka-
ren Scarborough, Secretary;
Stacy Armstrong, Mike Bair-
field, Vice President.
First Row: Mark Franklin,
Vice President; Elizabeth
Grenn, Secretary; Billy New-
man, President; David Ishee,
Treasurer. Second Row: Dr.
James Wolfe, Advisor; Dr.
Ronald Marquardt, Advisor;
David Stallings, Laura Hen-
derson, Joe Mauldin, Denise
Lee, Stacey Smith, Suzanne
Matrick, Diane McCaa, Mike
Stalnaker. Third Row: Colette
Towles, J.D. Lee, Paul Morri-
son, Mark Burch, Bill Ray-
mond, Linda Lang, Elizabeth
Hanshaw, Eddie Moore,
First Row: Lori Carter, Patri-
cia Wheeler, Angie Keen,
Mary Park Durham, Amy Fir-
min. Second Row: Lidia Stein-
winder, Stephanie Butler, Ma-
lesa Jones, Ann Frentz, Millie
Ann Buckley. Third Row:
Dale Turner, James Neely,
Lynn Alexander, John Jo-
achim III. Fourth Row: Barron
Gregg, David Grantham, Rob-
ert Rice, Marc Barhonovich,
Gary Gove. Fifth Row: Jana
Tate, James Ott, Tom Car-
penter, Larry Jones.
Beta Alpha Psi
First Row: Sharon Scrange,
Miriam Chauez, Beth Evans,
Leslie Fontenelle, Jackie Rat-
liff, Tammy Hammond. Sec-
ond Row: Lynn Bolton, Mary
Davis, Virginia Chavez, Maria
Colbet, Lisa Thames, Susan
Roden. Third Row: Jamie
Flanner, Pam Russell, Rebec-
ca Niemiyer, David Reeves,
Tim Butler, Randy White.
Fifth Row: Walt Ingram, Jerry
King, Mike Sachman, Victor
Merritt, Craig Ellmo, Lorrie
Nugent, Ronald Russell. Sixth
Row: John Russell, Mark Cra-
ven, Joe Britain, Roderick Po-
Phi Chi Theta
First Row: Elizabeth Dugas
Secretary; Nancy Chan
Treasurer; Dolly Loyd, Advi
sor. Second Row: Debbie Fos
ter, President; Kim Cook, An
gie Keen, Rachel Tullos, Lori
Avery. Third Row: Leah
Shemper, Lori Cooper, Judy
Berry, Nancy Magee. Fourth
Row: Walton Chan, Denise
Hudson, Darlene Ezelle,
Joanne Smith, Tina Borgatti.
Fifth Row: Ron Henley, Diane
Koontz, Monique Glaab, Ma-
ria Barberee, Jeff Campbell.
Sigma Psi Alpha
First Row: Randy White, Lisa
Thames, Susan Roden, Shar-
on Scranage, Bill Munn, Mar-
guerite Schmidley, Anita
Chacko, Beth Evans, Mike
Luehlfing, Faculty Advisor.
Second Row: Julia Payne,
Rose Beaugez, Tim Butler,
Thomas Schmidt, JoAnn
Kaufman, Mitch Simmons.
Third Row: Walt Ingram,
Greg Price, Ronald Russell,
John Patterson, Kevin Sav-
age, Thomas Delcambre.
American Marketing Association
Lisa Hegwood, President,
Chuck Roberts, President;
Sara Lee Tyner, Secretary;
Clark Baratti, Treasurer; Ms.
Dolly Loyd, Advisor; Dr. Wil-
liam Schoell, Advisor.
Phi Beta Lambda
Anne Hambric, President;
Kreg Bartley, Executive Vice
President; Carla Carnes, Ac-
counting Vice President;
Steve Tingle, Administrative
Vice President; Pam Guice,
Business and Education Vice
President; Keith Detommaso,
Secretary; Steve Wilson,
Treasurer; Joy Necaise, Re-
porter; Carmen Walters, Par-
Delta Sigma Pi
Fall 1983 Officers First Row: Lynn Bowman, Vice
President for Professional Activities; Beth Evans, Vice
President for Finance. Second Row: Pat McCabe, Secre-
tary; Randy White, Chancellor; Steve Kelly, Historian.
Third Row: Tim Blake, Senior Vice President; Tommy
Delcambre, C.E.I. Chairman.
Spring 1983 Officers First Row: Mike Luehlfing, Advi-
sor; Beth Evans, Vice President for Finance; Tanya Ran-
kin, Vice President for Professional Activities; Robbie
Shaw, Social Chairman; Charles Hughes, Historian. Sec-
ond Row: William Munn, Senior Vice President; Mitch
Simmons, President; Steve Kelly, Vice President for
Pledge Education. Third Row: Tommy Delcambre,
C.E.I. Chairman; Craig Elmo, Chancellor.
First Row: Mike Luehling, Ad-
visor; Malinda Ponder, Mary-
Therese Hickman, Jane East-
land, Joann Kaufman, Pam
Hansen, Sharon Scranage,
Beth Evans, Lynn Bowman,
Mary Davis, Rachel Pudas,
Lisa Ulmer, Susan Rodent.
Second Row: Bill Munn, Paula
Ainsworth, Cheryl Whitting-
ton, Jackie Kermode, Janice
Ridley, Angela Alexander,
Kay Seale, Tonya Smith, Tan-
ya Rankin, Robbie Shaw, Ran-
dy White, Charles Hughes.
Third Row: Keith Brown, Be-
linda Parks, Walt Ingram, Tim
Blake, Lorrie Nugent, Jay
Cox, Steve Kelly, Dwayne
Blackmon, John Patterson.
Association of Computing Machinery
Members Pictured are: Mark
Adams, Van Adams, Patricia
Ainsworth, Steven Ball, Wan-
da Boggs, George Calhoun,
De Anna Carpenter, William
Crowson, Mike Davis, Charles
Duett, Mark Fayard, Amy
Frederick, Jay Grantham,
Thomas Hasselle, Carol
Holm, Beth Hudgins, Lisa
Hurt, Aaron Hyde, Donald
Jones, Margaret Jones, Cyn-
thia Kelly, Butch Lewis, Par-
tick Mahan, Hena Medina,
Belinda Milhollin, Dianne
McBride, Robert McDonald,
Tamara McGee, Angie
McKay, Chester McKee, Deb-
orah Neal, Al Newton, Alex
North, Terri Parks, Charles
Phelps, Gisele Pittman, Enri-
que Portocarrero, Randy
Powers, Sharon Pratt, Edwin
Quave, Karl Rieden, Mike
Sanville, Brian Schneider,
Todd Seibert, Sharon Sim-
mons, Todd Stone, Kent
Strickland, Chuck Sturgeon,
Roland Thompson, Lee
Toole, Jim Waid, Claire Wal-
ters, Barry Webster, Jimmy
Webster, Terri Weitzel, Ker-
rin Wells, Russell West, Steve
West, Bill Whitney, Gene Wil-
liams, Shirley Wilson, Steve
Wilson, Tom Ziemianski.
Barry Morton, President; Cheryl Haffenden, Vice President; Donna Buchanan,
Treasurer; Sheila Miller, Secretary.
Upsilon Pi Epsilon
First Row: Dr. Ruth Ann
Cade, Harold McDaniel, Dar-
lene Bryant, Blane Alsworth,
Carlton Teel, Michelle Len-
nox, Lori Long, David Cook,
Al Newton, Vice President;
Cheryl Haffenden, President;
Mitch "Gnome" Krell, Facul-
ty Advisor; Sharon Simmons,
Treasurer; Kerrin Wells, Sec-
retary; Penny Leake, Valerie
Langley, Patricia Ainsworth,
Chris Russell, Micki Gambrell,
Gisele Pittman, John Mc-
Donald. Second Row: John
Coleman, Janet Walden, His-
torian; Beth Sanford, Van Ad-
ams, Mark Hundscheid, Val-
erie Bogart, Roland
Thompson, Bruce Barnes,
Mike Rodgers. Third Row;
Nancy Howell, Tommy Mann,
Angela Martin, Melanie Ger-
many, Susie Monroe, Donna
Buchanan, Amy Frederick,
Dr. Ralph "Quido" Bisland,
Robert Hyatt, Danny Carter,
Terry Miller, Alice Hultz, Rus-
sell West. Not Pictured: Joy
Necaise, Lorri Seal-Henry,
Terry Weitzel, Linda Brown,
Richard Ekey, Mary Dayne
Gregg, Lisa Hurt, Lynn Krell,
Dr. Al Leybourne, Sherry
Peacock, Cinde Petty, Tracy
Tinnon, Isaac Traxler, Gail
Kappa Mu Epsilon
First Row: Mylan Beteounes,
Sponsor; Linda McDowell,
Sheila Miller, Alice Essary,
Sponsor; Donna Ginn, Steven
Ball, Lisa Hurt. Second Row:
Kathy King, Johnny Graves,
Jack Davenport, Darla Reid,
Deanna Caveny, Teri-Ann
Schuler, Peggy Horton.
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USM Society of Polymer Science
First Row: Juan Jaffre, Jim
Lockard, Susan Leonardt,
Don Muse. Second Row:
Tammy Wise, Joseph Cal-
houn, Tim Takas, Melissa
Mahr, Ginger See, Rhonda
Purer, Steve Buckley, Randy
Thompson, Joey Kinsey,
Craig Henkel. Third Row:
Charles McCormick, Don
Paul Holmes, William Sulli-
van, Daniel Drane, John San-
tobianca, Mark Sullivan, Mike
Price, Monte Keel, Kenneth
Brown, Ronny Rose, Dawson
Wilkerson, Kimberly Bremen-
kamp, Roger Hester, Brian
Southern Geological Society
Members: Ben Anderson,
Leanne Baird, Stacy Black-
well, Keith Bowman, Carl
Bryant, Glenn Brooks, Robin
Chapman, Paula Copling
Charlie Cospelich, Rhonda
Drinkard, Kenneth Engle
hardt, Jay Ferris, Hurd Finne
gan, Kim Forbes, Craig Frye
Walter Gerald, Yancy Gor
don, Bobby Greer, Lael Has
seth, B.J. Hancock, Walter
Henderson, Bert Hill, Bud
Johnson, Morgan Ladner,
Jeff Lambert, Tom Marine,
Mark McCann, Julie McKib-
ben, Jim McTier, Darla
Cordes McVan, Bill Meredith,
Tracy Middlestead, Bill
Munka, Ricky Myrick, Linda
Obrien, Charles Odom, Kathy
Riede, Ken Rhinehardt, Mark
Sellers, Ricky Sims, Mark
Smith, Ken Stroud, Liz
Stryon, Joanne Thigpen, Ke-
vin Thrash, Kelly Wallace,
Jack Wintle, Mark Wojna. Of-
ficers: Bruce Leybourne,
President; Chris Bowen, Vice
President; Howard Johnson,
Treasurer; Renee Wenzel,
Secretary; Dr. Sundeen, Ad-
visor. Professors: Dr. Meylan,
Dr. Froelicher, Dr. Dunn, Dr.
Russell, Dr. Patrick.
Institute of Electronical and Electronics
First Row: R. Malley, C. Sterling, Advisor; J. Moran, Vice President; M. Blackwell, Treasurer; S. Mills, President; M. Travis, Secretary; J. Dumas, C. Stanford, C. Johnson. Second Row:
R. Castillo, G. Jackson, G. Cisewski, K. Phalang, I. Hajjar, M. Delmas, C. Hebron, R. Fung-A-Fat. Third Row: A. Searcy, C. Bullock, M. Rogers, M. Lian, R. Bateman, D. McBride, K.
Coker. Fourth Row: T. Bond, C. Duett, G. Calhoun, H. Bishop, J. Smith. Fifth Row: E. Piersol, S. Miles, J. Roush, M. Zaremba. Sixth Row: J. Brown, C. Haffenden, R. Dupond, Seid.
American Society of Interior Designers
First Row: Leigh Ann Under-
wood, Gina Weeks, Larke
Bond. Second Row: Terry
Manning, Charissa Simmons,
Debbie Smith, Mark Thornell,
Melissa Rowzee, Sharon Skin-
ner, Leigh Ann Slaven, Ruth
Palhang. Third Row: Marcie
Larson, Lydia Brumfield, Ar-
monda Ulmer. Fourth Row:
Jack Dawn, Kelli Kurtz, Lisa
Thymes, Angie Day, Sheri
Rawls, Lori Anderson, Karen
Williams, Shawn Strickland.
Fifth Row: Michelle West,
Ginger Williamson, Hilda
East, ASID; Heather Miller, J.
Keeth Buckley, Diana
American Institute of Building Design
First Row: R. Bingham, Secre
tary; J. Hartsell, T. Miller
Vice President; J. Brown, C
Grubbs, Treasurer; A. Arm
strong, C. Stockman, R. Dun
lap, R. Buck. Second Row: G
Mathis, Advisor; D. Ivy, Presi
dent; M. Moore, W. Bolden
C. Carson, R. Duckworth, J
Bernier, J. Bernier. Third
Row: L. Spears, R. Allen, Re-
porter. Not Pictured: Y. Sali-
USM Home Builders Association
First Row: D.K. McGowen,
Faculty Advisor; Carolyn
Grubbs, Treasurer; Tammie
Miller, Secretary; Mitchell
Black, Vice President; Denny
McPhate, President. Second
Row: Wayne Duckworth, Car-
ol Stockman, Doug Wells,
Mickey Lane, Daryl Bragg,
Leon Spears. Third Row:
Grant Gilleon, Renee Dunlap,
Bobby Price, Donald Dollar,
Ron Thomas, Sam Day, Scott
USM Student Constructors
First Row: Glen Travis, Doug
Wells, Mel Ulmer, Ron Thom-
as, Grant Gilleon, Carol
Stockman, Wayne Duck-
worth, Secretary; Peyton
Myers, Treasurer; Mitchell
Black, R.A. Dennison, Faculty
Advisor; Denny McPhate,
President; Bobby Price, Vice
President; Sam Day.
Club Rick Wyatt, President;
Kelli Manning, Vice Presi-
dent; Tim Gilmore, Treasur-
er; Teresa Burns, Secretary.
Internation Food Service Ex-
ecutives Association Richard
Beard, President; Gayle
Dowdy, Vice President; Be-
linda McMichael, Treasurer;
Lynn McWilliams, Secretary.
First Row: Meg Flowers, Lynn
Williams, Diann Eastland.
Second Row: Margie Tucker,
Kim Sentilles, Kevin Davis.
Third Row: Katina Lambert,
Ellen England, Charlotte
Sumrall. Fourth Row: Verdina
West, Deidra West, Willie Bell
Hughes, Melissa Jones, Sheila
Crane, Shelly Freeman, Delta
McDow, Dr. Linda Donnell,
Advisor; Eddie Jones.
Student Nursing Association of USM
First Row: Donna Aiello,
Chairperson; Karen Jefcoats,
Sandy Shoemake, Communi-
ty Projects; Fran West, Presi-
dent. Second Row: Judy
McAlister, Advisor; Lisa
Clark, Artist; Alicia Kopf,
Secretary; Teresa Hollings-
worth. Vice President; Donna
National Student Speech and Hearing
Dr. Terrio, Faculty Advisor;
Rhonda Yates, Historian; Ja-
net Hines, Assistant Treasur-
er; Tami Cassel, President;
Sondra Robinson, Lydia Hus-
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Student Sports Medicine Association
First Row: Scott Belham, Ja-
net Passman, Mike Fultz, Vice
President; Mike Williamson,
Treasurer. Second Row: Su-
san McGlothlin, Gary Harrel-
son, President; Jenise John-
son, Jeri Peterson, Vicky
Lynn Johnson. Third Row:
Carl Young, Hideo Matsu-
moto, Kathy Genoron, Steve
Sizemore, Mark Carlton,
Recreation and Park Association
First Row: Paul Ferrel, Presi-
dent; Shari Steiner. Second
Row: Juanita Adams, Angie
Speard, Historian; Nancy
Ann Sherman, Helen Rentz,
Sheri Bankston, Vice Presi-
dent. Third Row: Ricky
Campbell, Craig Endris, Kent t
Rindfliesch, Faculty Advisor;
Tammy Moyers, Dale Jones,
USM Sports Club Council
Coach Earnest Harrington,
Sponsor; Robert Halley, Mac
Reed, Alan Chester, Mary
Davis, Jon Huey, Karen Sten-
USM Water Ski Club
First Row: Jamie Williams,
Pete Woolsey, Nancy Kenne-
dy, Alan Chester, President;
David Byrd, Jack Benson,
Public Relations. Second
Row: John Zimmerman, How-
ard Dunaway, Kirk Montgom-
ery, Mike Wade, Sidney Bai-
ley, Joel Cavalier. Blake
Bierbaum, Alexa Parker,
Myer. Third Row: Billy Pai-
sock, Lisa "Lex" Luther,
Amy Oglesby, Karen Ed-
wards, Sheila Strickland, Ken-
ny Smith. Fourth Row: Mitch
Jones, Lynn Harvey, Robert
Fairley. Fifth Row: Paul Guer-
cio, Lee Fairley.
Army Eagle Brigade Staff
First Row: James Sisson, John
Watson, Adelena Hay. Sec-
ond Row: Scott Hall, Alice
Army Distinguished Military Students
Alice Hultz, Neil Byrd, Ronnie
Braxton, Lea Smith, Brian
First Row: Cdt. Trahan, Cdt.
Pope, Cdt. Long, Cdt. Medal,
Cdt. Gillette, Cdt. Hennen,
Cdt. Alston. Second Row:
Cpt. Ford, Cdt. Cpt. Ca-
meron, Cdt. Milling, Cdt. Pe-
tite, Cdt. Eakes, Cdt. Mulhol-
land, Cdt. Russel, Cdt.
Whitney, Cdt. Lt. Watson,
Master Sargeant Toles, Cdt.
Lt. Cook. Not Pictured: Cdt.
Ryan, Cdt. Maj. Hay.
Army Scabbard and Blade
First Row: Cdt. Cpt. Carroll
Commander; Cdt. Maj. Hay
Cdt. Wansley, Cdt. Cpt. Har
din, Cdt. Browning, Cdt
Sheppard, Cdt. 1st Lt. Mig
nona. Second Row: Cdt. Cpt
McRaney, Cdt. MaGee, Cdt
Craft, Cdt. Morrison, Execu
tive Officer; Cdt. Col. Hultz
Cdt. Cpt. Williamson. Not Pic
tured: Cdt. 2nd Lt. Langley
Cdt. Mollett, Cdt. Weir. Cdt
Snow, Cdt. Maj. McMahan.
Army Rifle Team
John Pugh, Dale Shattles,
Army Southern Generals Drill Team
First Row: Cdt. Cpt. William-
son, Commander; Darryl
Ward, James Drago, Joy-
Lynn Medel, Teresa Cash,
Catherine Sandberg, Joan El-
lyey, Cdt. Lt. Robert Mollette,
Drill Team Officer; Cdt Maj.
Braxton. Second Row: Don
O'Quinn, Charles Washing-
ton, Alderson Hillman, Bruce
Penton, Bernard Lee, Bruce
Allen, Doris Culberson, Cdt.
Army Military Science III
First Row: Scott Adams,
Bruce Allen, Alan Alston,
Randall Alston, Zelda Barnes,
Gary Bedsole, John Bostic.
Second Row: Judy Browning,
Kevin Bullard, Charles Camp-
bell, David Carr, Robert
Carter, Theresa Cash, Rich-
ard Clark, Debra Davis. Third
Row: Sam Dejarnette, Tanya
Dean, Richard Doyle, James
Drago, Joan Ellzey, Darlene
Fairley, Otis R. Ferrell, John
Fox, Peter Garguilo, William
Gillette. Fourth Row: William
Gray, Thomas Harkins,
James Henderson, Al Hill-
man, Gary Holmes, Jimmy
Howington, Samuel Kimbrell.
Mack Knight, Bernard Lee,
Kelvin Lockett, Gregory
McGee. Fifth Row: Tony Ma-
son, Clintis McCray, Tim
McGee, Barbara McCloud,
David Milling, Veronica Mol-
let, Jeff Morrison, Cynthia
Mosley, Donald O'Quinn,
Chris Peden, Bruce Penton,
Richard Pitts, Rhonda
Pressler. Sixth Row: Thomas
Ramshur, Milton Richardson.
Charles Roberts, Roy Robin-
son, Michael Rouse, Cather-
ine Huffman, Mark Sills, So-
nja Sheppard, Leonard
Starks, James Steams, Ron-
ald Trahan, John Twigg, Mi-
chelle Walker, Vicki Wansley,
Charles Washington. Seventh
Row: Chris Webb, William
Whitney, Tommy Williams,
Dorthy Williamson, Ray Zas-
Army Military Science IV
First Row: Jocko Angle, Lee
Baker, Ronnie Braxton, Neil
Byrd, Billy Harrington, Alva
Lee Cook, Mike Copeland.
Second Row: Jimmy Farris,
Grayland Fredericks, Scott
Hall, Billy Hardin, Adelena
Hay, Clois Hill, Ken Howard,
Johnny Huddleston, Alice
Hultz. Third Row: Sandra
Langley, Anthony Leggett,
Greg MacMahan, Larry
McCraney, Shawn Malone,
Mike Melton, Tom Mignona,
Robert Mollet, David Mosley,
Dwane Rester, Tim Rey.
Fourth Row: Denise Robin-
son, Jim Sisson, Phala Lea
Smith, Mark Tullos Kelvin
Turner, John Watson, Brian
Williamson, Pete Formica.
Ssg. Raymond White;
Ssg. Edward Evans;
Cpt. Sherilyn DeLong;
Sfc. George Young
Col. Tommy Palmertree;
Maj. Clinton Conerly;
Cpt. Donald Zodun;
Sfc. Karl Dune
Sgm. Jimmy Shoemaker;
Msgt. Frank Toles;
Cpt. Charles Walker;
Msgt. Freddie Frazier
Maj. Harold McClelland
Cpt. David Ford
L'Esprit de Corps
First Row: Yvonne Crimm, Brenda Cook, Teri Donald, Lori Carlock, Analiesa Thompson, Melissa Jones, Ann Hoselle, Susan Hoselle, Mark Park Durham. Second Row: Tammy
Winifrey, Cynthia Montgomery, Rhonda Drinkard, Peggy Smith, Pam Clements. Third Row: Big Brothers John Fox, Tim McGee, Jeff Morrison, John Watson, Terry Black, Ronnie
Braxton. Not Pictured: Misha Price, Becky K. Smith, Denise Jones, Leona Boyd, Carol Ann Garner, Pam Odie.
Air Force Drill Team
First Row: Steve Robbins, Ben
Shuman, Don Jones. Second
Row: Ed Brewer, Mark Den-
nis, Trimellia Steed, Demetra
Williams, Scott May, Stuart
Air Force Cadet Corps Staff
First Row: C/Maj. Walter
Ord, C/Maj. Ben Shuman,
C/Col. Tim Weiher, C/Maj.
Ron Pearman. Second Row:
C/Maj. Tony Taylor, C/Maj.
Clay Krenek, C/Cpt. Beth
Gillum, C/Msgt. Mark Den-
nis, C/Maj. Therese Gaines.
Air Force Personnel
First Row: Cpt. Steven
Weaver, Mrs. Lenise Young,
Col. Joseph Kinnan. Second
Row: Msgt. Kendall Miller,
Cpt. James M. Saunders,
Maj. Jon McDermott, Ssgt.
Air Force Leadership Training
First Row: Kelly Rayburn,
Pam Honeychurch, Trimellia
Steed, Tony Buffington, Beth
Gillum, Tim Skinner, Stuart
Turner, Mark Dennis, Mark
Alewine. Second Row: Rick
Wyatt, Demetra Williams,
Don Jones, Kevin Parker, Ed
Biter, David Kieth, Johnny
Bourdaux, Thomas Hess, An-
dre Porter, Jim King, Steve
Robbins, Scott May.
Air Force Arnold Air Society
First Row: Don Jones, Cheryl
Loper, Greg Kesler, David
Creighton, Kent Perry, Mark
Dennis, Chris Kiser, Ron Ga-
vin, Mike Hodges, Raymond
Boffington, Belinda Miller,
Alana Snow, Jerry Gandy,
Stuart Turner, Mike Major,
Beth Gillum, Carl Cole, Scott
May, Kevin Parker, Lance
Trochessett. Second Row:
Andrew Wheatley, Tim Skin-
ner, Mike Alewine, Sandra
Ziegler, Tony Taylor, Clay
Krenek, Maj. Chuck Ashley
Advisor; Cpt. Jon McDer
mott, Advisor, Ken Stamper
Ron Pearman, Tim Weiher
William Owen, Valerie Ma
leche, Ted Reynolds, Stuart
Love, Mark Hundscheid, Jim
Air Force Angel Flight
First Row: Kay Smith, Debbie
Little, Tracy Churchwell, Ka-
ren Lyles, Tammy Goetz, Ka-
ren Bowles, Gloria Poole, Joy
Alexander, Maggie Marquez
Connie Morgan, Alana Snow
Elizabeth Smith, Kathy Hag
gard, Kim Richards, Kather
ine Sneed, Kim Cowles, Mi
cheal Andrey, Melissa Mohr
Karen Knop, Lori Cocknell
Karyn Mullins, Carol Addy
Second Row: Millie McDaniel
Becky Causey, Sharon Thorn
as, Becky Hart, Terry Hart
Kelly Riley, Renee Dickerson
Candi Wiggins, Allyson Rich
ards. Third Row: Genice Arm
strong, LeeAnn Mcintosh
Barbara Bingham, Cheryl
Leytoha, Leesa Cox, Karen
Donnelly, Debbie Leyda, Me-
lanie Morris, Meg Flowers,
Renee Connelly, Dorothy
Thompson, Flo Harkens, Su-
san Finch, Kay Ainsworth,
Tau Alpha Pi
First Row: Melinda Giouinea,
Howard Gerald, Michael Wil-
liams. Second Row: Anthony
Searcy, George Calhoun,
Boon Joon Teh, Lewis Ross.
Third Row: Thomas Murkwal-
den, Eugene Quintois.
First Row: Melinda Trotti,
Cheryl Hill, Phyllis Randle,
Michelle Nichols, Nancy
Bruckner, Chuck Beningo,
John Breland. Second Row:
Ed Bond, Terry Holtz, War-
ren Dunn, Peyton Myers.
Third Row: David Woods, Karen Godail, Vincent Colucci, John Stegall.
I_I / - vr » _„» y. , First Row: Jan Waring, Sandy Loveday, Co-President. Second Row: Bob Myers, Stasi Strimel, Kim Willis, Co-President; Rinny Woodruff, Beth McCoy.
The Student Printz
First Row: Louisa Shearin,
Photography Editor. Second
Row: Rhonda K. Holifield. Ex-
ecutive Editor; Hank Dud-
ding, News Editor; Carol Bag-
ley, Copy Editor; Dr. Dennis
Jones, Advisor; Stan Cald-
well, Sports Editor; Sonya
Rath, Features Editor; Lee
Warren. Third Row: Gary
Wolverton, David Stem, Kim
Bouchillon, Donna Marlow,
Lori Roberts, Circulation
Manager. Fourth Row: Pat
Hopkins, Gilland Welsch,
Mark McGee, Advertising
Manager. Not Pictured: Den-
nis Tymkiw, Summer and Fall
Sports Editor; Mickey Welsh,
Summer and Fall Photogra-
Public Relations Student Society of
Mary Harris, Pat Wylie, Spon-
sor; LeWair Coker, Christie
Jones, Richard Herring. Eliza-
beth Mitchell, Carol Leake,
President; Betty "BJ" Rigby.
Kristy Wallington, June
Susan Wolfe, Sponsor; Becky
Fitch, Vice President; Karen
Nicholson. Not Pictured:
First Row: Valerie Gardner,
Pat Story, Kerry Love, Billy
Hewes, Ginny Sanders,
Chuck Benigno, Marion
McCaleb. Second Row: Alan
Lucas, Rachel Roseberry,
Chris Carter, Tara Odom, Jim
Warren, Toni Wells, Bob Po-
sey. Not Pictured: Louis
Homes, Andre Redd.
First Row: Mary Richards,
Sherry Dixon, Katrina Durr,
Paige Sparks, Tammy Prid-
gon, Loretta Barnes, Tamera
Dear, Denine Blackston, Alisa
Larry, Karen Echols, Mary
Knight, Deborah Butler, Lyn-
ley Eiken. Second Row: Rita
Smith, Kelly Jones, Benita
Stewart, Dannetta Potts, Jan-
nifer Hassell, Katrina Gunn.
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Angela Fokakis, Renee Henderson, Lori Hasson, Hope Martel, Stephanie Breland, Teri Dallas.
First Row: Don Risk, RA; Rod Bonham, RA; Jim Johnston, RA; Ernie Smith, RA; Mike Hillman, RA; David Ivy, RA; Ann Howell, Lance Peoples, RA; Mike Moore, RA; Harriet Manscill.
AC; Jeff Johnson, RA; Steve Ainsworth, HR; Marcus Burkes, RA; Tiffany Danos, RA; Sandy Hammond, RA; Stacey Smith, RA; Stacy Harris, RA; Diane McGhee, RA; Tammy Jo Ham
mond, HR; Darlene Waits, Evon Harris, RA; Monica Robinson, RA; Susan Guy, RA; Celeste Bontemps, RA. Second Row: Angela Kirkley, RA; Teddy Bouchillon, HR; Becky Smith, RA;
Michelle Nichols, RA; Lisa Andrea, RA; Stacy Armstrong, RA; Belinda Reed, RA; Denise Viator, RA; Frank Gentile, RA; Diane McCaoghan, RA; John Stegall, RA; Bronwyn Davis, HR;
Paula Prim, RA; Grayland Fredericks, RA. Third Row: Ruth Garvey, AC; Lori Gibson, HR; Lisa Hughes, HR; Maria Colbet, HR; Tamie Cassel, RA; Linda Brown, RA; Bonnie Shapley,
RA; Garta Funes, RA; Steve Johnson, HR; Renee Conner, RA; Rachel Benefield, RA; Alice Hultz, HR; Loraine Redd, RA; Melinda Murphy, RA; Mark Earls, RA; Lawrence Joiner, RA;
Brenda Richardson, Jom Barco, AC; Renae Nanney, HR; Carol Rogers, RA; Amy Frederick, RA; Bill Battaile, HR; Brad Haik, RA; Terri Boykin, RA; Betty Taylor, RA; Paula Patton,
RA. HR — Head Resident, RA — Resident Assistant, AC — Area Coordinator.
First Row: Shunda Johnson,
Carolyn Bell, Cam Holzer.
Second Row: Debora Holmes,
Jennifer Bryant, Sonya
McKenzie, Alisa Larry, Be-
verly Pillman. Third Row:
Bertha Poole, Loretta Barnes,
Tamara Dear, Ida Knowe,
Velma Mackabee. Fourth
Row: Candis Bass, June Rog-
ers, Sandra Fischer, Virgie
Barnes, Deborah Williams,
Vickie Woods. Fifth Row:
Tammy Hammond, Lori
Wren, Dianne McGhee, Re-
nee Conner, Roxie Holder,
Lisa Gammage, Gail Berry,
Charla Carnes, Debra Jack-
son, Deborah Burrage, Bessie
Smith, Jan Moreland, Jeana
Home, Gabrielle Chariot,
Kathy Kinsey, Aquetta Den-
Jan Rich, President; Steph-
anie Dickson, Secretary/
Treasurer; Kim Richards, In-
tramural Chairman, Connie
Reid, Social Chairman; Holly
Hughes, Public Relations.
First Row: Leslie Jones, Fair-
ley Hubbard, Aletha Cous-
som, Linda Beckham, Kim
Gardner, Gisele Pittman. Sec-
ond Row: Mary Knight, Me-
lanie Turner, Pam Expose,
Carol Expose, Gwen Stewart,
Tammie Tyler. Third Row:
Glenda Marks, Joanie Green,
Beth Hudgins, Pam Jenkins,
Head Resident; Melanie Ar-
nold, Celeste Bontemps, Evon
Harris, Dana Thayer.
First Row: De De Simpson,
Amy Taylor, Elizabeth Han-
shaw, Shelia Rather, Robbie
Grady, Cheryl Dunipace,
Robin Kay, Lori Gibson, Rose
Brasley, Antrice Kay, Cheryl
Fishman. Second Row
Sheron Traweek, Lori Ander
son, Jeanenne Brown, Jac
quelin Paulk, Teri Ducuape
C.J. Downey, Holly Hasty
Carole Tisdale, Debra Jones
Bonnie Jackson, Tammy Win
frey. Third Row: Leanne
Baird, Jackie Kermode, Missy
Rawls, Belinda Reed, Janey
Falls, Rachel Schmitt, Kristy
Pitalo, Ethel Edwards, Garta
Funes, Mary Gonzales, Debra
Holmes. Fourth Row: Sandra
Fielding, Cindy Croney, Pam
Bagley, Carolyn Tarnabine,
Denise Viator, Tammy J.
Birdsong, Eileen McCaa,
Hope Chiniche, Kathy Smith,
Cindy Parvin, Kathy Sisson,
Lee Ann Stott, Sandy Cu-
lumber, Janice Carter, Katie
Pfarrer, Stacy Armstrong.
Fifth Row: Leslie Fontelle,
Angie Keen, Tammye Payne,
Dana Broadwater, Kim Kin-
nebrew, Lisa Moyers, Sherry
Public, Tammy Webb, Leslie
Wilkinson, Rachel Baucum,
Melanie McQuaig. Officers
Pattie Holliday, Publicity
Lorie Howell, President
Hope Chiniche, Secretary
Louise Vanwart, Intramurals
Lynn Hatten, Spirit; Linda El
First Row: Michael Evans, David Tuccio, Charles Comas, Warren Costilow, Andrew Wheatley, Ronald Beck, David Likins, Edwin Campbell. Second Row: Johnny Neal, Jerome
Arrington, Alex Heidelberg, Darren Barnes, Keith Vaughn, "Fred", Richy Woods, Hall President; Rufus Johnson, Walter Hurst, Calvin Thornton, Anthony Cunningham, Clay Jones.
Third Row: Vincent Rosse, Bobby Dailey, James Lane, Joseph Bracey, Bill Durham, Kenny Durham, Dennis Holder, Kenneth Sowell, Duran Clark, Vernon Johnson, Terry Brinston, Vice
President; Angela, David Harris, Karl Bradford. Fourth Row: Randal Alston, Steven Johnson, Head Resident; David Ivy, Resident Assistant; Mark Fayard. Tommy Stauter, Bob Butler,
Craig Colby. Fifth Row: John Lesley, William Sutton, John Alston, Novak Kneeland, Bob Gengler, Wayne Stewart, Rick Poulter, Gerald Grantham, Benny Hubbard. David Mason, Paul
Entrekin, Jason McGee, Terry Edwards, Ray C. Brown.
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The College of Business Administration at Southern trains students to fulfill the de-
mands of entry-level positions in business, government, and non-profit organizations. All
students within the college pursue a liberal arts education for their first two years to
learn to be flexible in their thinking and adaptable to change. After studying a variety of
aspects of business, they specialize in the area of their choice, obtaining the background
necessary to move into positions of greater managerial responsibility.
To keep up with current technological changes in business administration throughout
the country, the college is a member of the Southern Business Administration Associ-
ation and the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business. The content of
business courses and curriculum is altered as is necessary; all academic programs are
fully accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business.
Quality education at the master's level is provided for those currently working in
business, military personnel with a need for training in business administration, and
college graduates who wish to prepare themselves for further graduate work or more
responsible beginning positions in business or government.
The School of Professional Accountancy offers a five year program leading to a mas-
ter's in professional accounting. Other divisions within the college are the Departments
of Economics, Finance and General Business, Management, and Marketing.
Joseph A. Greene, Jr., Dean
Craig Ellmo, Kerry Mclllwain, Steve Simmons, Amy Firmin, Marc Barhonovich, Kent McPhail;
Education and Psychology
Since its beginning as a teachers' college in 1910, then known as Mississippi Normal
College, USM has been regarded as one of the best teachers' colleges in the South. The
College of Education and Psychology strives to prepare its students to assume roles as
imaginative and well-educated teachers in public schools, colleges, and universities. The
college holds membership in the American Association of Teacher Education; all under-
graduate programs in teacher education are fully accredited by the National Council for
Accreditation of Teacher Education.
Those who wish to apply their talents to non-teaching human service fields such as
business education, industrial mechanics, psychology, and social and rehabilitation
services receive equally excellent training to help them acquire jobs outside of the
Through such programs as the Office of Student Teaching, the Psychology Center, the
Reading Center, the Institute for Educational Leadership, the Center for Community
Education, the Counseling Psychology Laboratory, the Children's Laboratory of Learn-
ing, and the Applied Gerontology Educational Services, clinical and professional ser-
vices are provided to the public schools of Mississippi and to the University while
educational and psychological research is promoted.
The college is made up of the Departments of Business Education, Counseling Psycholo-
gy and Counselor Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Industrial and Vocational
Education, Psychology, and Special Education.
Bobby D. Anderson, Dean
Connie McCardle, Jean Collette. Felecia Bell; Senators
Characterized by superior faculty and facilities, USM's College of Fine Arts is one of the
most highly respected programs in the South. The college seeks to prepare its students
for professional or teaching careers in the areas of art, music, dance and theatre.
Music majors are given the opportunity to perform in orchestra, chorus, and band, and
have access to a professional recording studio and a comprehensive music library. They
are trained for careers as conductors, composers, musicians, and singers.
The emphasis within the art department is upon practical training in fine art and graphic
communications. Exhibitions on tour and student exhibitions are arranged and present-
ed by the faculty and student committees.
Theatre and dance is the only program in the state offered in a fine arts college. The
program provides for extensive experience in all aspects of production while at the
same time offering exposure to visiting professional artists.
The college aims to give students in all departments the chance to participate in artistic
activities and develop an awareness of cultural values through an Allied Arts class that
fulfills the University core requirements for fine arts. This course is designed to intro-
duce the arts in an integrated manner and is taught by teams of instructors drawn from
The College of Fine Arts consists of the Departments of Art, Music, and Theatre and
John E. Green, Dean
Tammy Roberts, Senator
Health, Physical Education, and
The School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation at USM trains students to
assume athletic administration and coaching duties within an academic environment,
while providing the opportunity to specialize for certification in the areas of aquatics,
athletic training, minor sports, and officiating competitive sports. The school additional-
ly instructs students in the less traditional areas of community health education, school
health education, safety and driver's education, first aid instruction, corrective therapy
certification, recreation planning and resource management, therapeutic recreation,
and leisure studies.
HPER offers a professional degree for students who desire careers in non-teaching
areas. The school is responsible for the coordination of the required physical education
activity program, intramural recreation sports, extramural sports clubs, and the recrea-
tional equipment loan service.
HPER is divided into the five Departments of Athletic Administration and Coaching,
Health and Safety Education, Physical Education, Recreation, and Intramural Recrea-
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Walter E. Cooper, Dean
Helen Rentz, Senator
Acknowledging the expansion within the field for men as well as women, Southern's
School of Home Economics features a curriculum planned to place a major emphasis
upon careers and improving family life. Students are encouraged to develop creative
abilities as well as professional ideals related to the environment of the individual,
family, and community.
The excellence of the practical training of the school is nationally recognized, with the
undergraduate degree in dietetics receiving accreditation from the American Dietetic
Association, eliminating the need for a year of institutional internship. Hands-on exper-
ience in hotel and restaurant administration involves a widespread co-op program and
the operation of the Charcoal Room, a modern cooking laboratory located in the
University Commons. The Charcoal Room serves as an experience and training center
under the guidance of institutional management faculty and turns out high quality food
for faculty and staff members, graduate students, colleagues, guests, and families.
The school also oversees the operation of the University Nursery School, which provides
an environment for observation of the development and relationships of young children
while allowing students to participate in the direction of various nursery school activi-
ties, and the Infant Development Center.
The School of Home Economics is organized into the Departments of Environmental
Design, Home Economics Education and Family Life Studies, and Institution Adminis-
Sarah L.W. Gibbs, Dean
Richard Beard, Senator
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A liberal arts education has traditionally been viewed as a superior one, providing a
broad cultural and educational experience that leads students to pursue self-education
as the rewarding enterprise of a lifetime. USM's College of Liberal Arts is no exception
to this definition, developing a program that prepares students to serve both society
and their own self-interests productively and responsibly. Liberal arts graduates value
highly the ability to think logically, communicate effectively, and judge wisely, qualities
which are developed through the college.
Almost all majors within the college are interdisciplinary in nature, involving the interac-
tion of many departments. Divisions within liberal arts are involved in research and are
funded by both public and private agencies, with such grants making jobs available for
students in their individual fields.
The division of communication was recently designated as a Center of Excellence after
being assigned the leadership role in the state. The new title of the division is the School
The college is divided into the Departments of Communication (Division), Criminal
Justice, English, Foreign Language, Geography and Area Development, History, Jour-
nalism, Philosophy and Religion, Political Science, Radio, Television, and Film, Sociolo-
gy and Anthropology, Speech and Hearing Science, and Speech Communications.
G. Terry Harper, Dean
Tracy Harwell, Dale Beasley, Leslie Ridlehoouer, David Groth, Lee Gipson, William Hughes; Senators
Southern's School of Library Service was established in 1976 as a professional school;
prior to this, the academic program in librarianship was under the College of Education
and Psychology. The school offers a truly comprehensive program for those who plan to
become professional librarians in public, school, academic, or special libraries.
The curriculum is planned to prepare future librarians to organize, develop, facilitate,
and evaluate numerous types of print and non-print resources, including filmstrips,
maps, audiovisuals, and computerized equipment. Practical experience in library work
is fostered through conferences, field trips, and use of USM library facilities. Students
are encouraged to specialize in any major before beginning their library training, since
library service is basically and realistically a combination field.
The school offers teaching and non-teaching degrees on both the bachelor's and mas-
ter's levels. The graduate program in library science is accredited by the American
Library Association. The school is an institutional member of the American Library
Association, the Association of American Library Schools, the Mississippi Library Asso-
ciation, and the Southeastern Library Association.
Students in the library profession strive to develop an appreciation for the changing role
of the library in society, relating library services to the larger social and cultural needs of
Onva K. Boshears, Dean
Francis McFarlaine, Senator
The nationally accredited School of Nursing at USM is hailed as one of the best training
programs in the South. In the undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education
programs at Southern, students are prepared to fulfill a great range of job opportunities
as health experts.
Through the use of the Skills Laboratory, students are taught practical nursing proce-
dures. At the Learning Center facilities, students can videotape themselves and their
peers at work. By studying pre-recorded lectures and demonstrations, students are able
to gain an in-depth understanding of the field of nursing outside the classroom.
Graduates receiving a bachelor's in nursing are eligible to take the State Board of
Nursing Examination to become registered nurses. These graduates are qualified for
the general practice of professional nursing in hospitals, community health agencies,
and other health care agencies where nursing care is provided.
Specialization in nursing occurs at the graduate level. The School of Nursing offers
master's in nursing, community health nursing, and nursing service administration. Role
options are available in teaching, administration, or clinical specialization.
The continuing education program provides the educational opportunities for regis-
tered nurses to maintain and augment nursing knowledge and skill competencies be-
yond initial preparation.
Jerri D. Laube Morgan, Dean
Suzanne Gillespie, Senator
Science and Technology
Phenomenal growth within USM's College of Science and Technology, paired with
excellence in teaching, research, and service, make the college one of the very strongest
at the University. A young, well-educated faculty, thoroughly modern facilities, and a
curriculum that combines traditional and innovative programs in science, technology,
and mathematics are responsible for the superiority of the college.
The college features learning labs, which specialize in individual instruction, co-op
programs, and student assisted research programs.
The technological programs within the college are designed to give students a working
knowledge of industrial application and an understanding of basic supervisory skills. All
students enrolled in the college are provided with training in all of the classical areas of
science, several contemporary multidisciplinary areas, and career-oriented technology
The college consists of the five Institutes of Environmental Science, Genetics, Microbi-
ology and Related Sciences, Surface Coatings, and the Mississippi Polymer Institute,
and the twelve Departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science and Statistics,
Construction and Architectural Technology, Geology, Industrial Technology, Math-
ematics, Medical Technology, Microbiology, Physics and Astronomy, Polymer Science,
and Science Education. Additional programs are offered in a variety of pre-professional
D. James Caveny, Acting Dean
Todd Courtney, Kathy King, Bobby Ross, Debbie Blanchard, Eric Labat, June Guice, Ronnie Ladner;
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The former Honors Center at Southern was expanded and reorganized in 1976 to
become one of 14 full-fledged Honors Colleges in the nation.
The self-defined aim of the Honors College is to identify, encourage, and reward
academic excellence in all fields, and to serve students with widely varying academic
interests, awarding degrees cum laude, magna cum laude, and summa cum
Membership in the college is granted by the University Honors Council on the basis of
high school or junior college grades, a minimum ACT score of 28, personal recommen-
dations, interviews, and an extemporaneous essay.
Honors College students may choose any major field of study offered by the University,
replacing regular core curriculum with the honors core. Core requirements for honors
include 12 hours of a foreign language, three laboratory sciences, computer science,
and higher level mathematics. Traditional history courses are replaced with a four-year
enrollment in Honors Colloquium, which combines the study of history, philosophy, and
literature. All students graduating from college are required to complete senior projects
and take comprehensive exams in their major field.
The college sponsors the University Forum, which consists of a lecture series by
nationally recognized speakers, outstanding films, panels, and other enrichment pro-
Each honors class elects a representative to the Honors Council, which also has faculty
representation from all schools and colleges of the University. The council establishes
policy for the Honors College.
Wallace G. Kay, Dean
Laura Henderson. Spring President; Heather Miller, Spring Secretary; Mary Robinson, Honors
College Secretary; Carlin Wolfe, Fall Secretary; Kim Bouchillon, Junior/Senior Representative;
Gordon Smith, Spring Sergeant-At-Arms; David Stem, Junior/Senior Representative; Todd Court-
ney, Vice President; David Milling, Faculty Representative
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Southern's School of Social Work exists on the graduate level, offering the only master's
degree of social work within the state of Mississippi. The school prepares students for
service to individuals, families, groups, and communities.
USM offers three separate degree programs in the Department of Social Work on the
regular, accelerated, and part-time levels. The core curriculum emphasizes a body of
knowledge and practice skills that prepare students for a variety of service delivery
settings on the behalf of individuals, groups, families, and communities. Advanced
foundation and elective courses supply students with the appropriate knowledge and
intervention skills to practice in areas of mental health, mental retardation, family and
children's services, services to older persons, health and social welfare policy and
Students spend a good deal of their time working in social agencies because the
curriculum is competency-based and practice oriented. The human services agencies
throughout the state of Mississippi are potential employers of those students who
successfully complete the MSW degree program.
The school meets the educational requirements of the Council on Social Work Educa-
tion and has a fully accredited program.
Shirley J. Jones, Dean
Karl Barnett, Senator
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of Kappa Delta, she has served in many sorority offices, including the position of vice
president. She is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Rho Lambda, Order of
Omega, Gold Tenders, Southern Style, and Golden Girls, and is also the president of
Pi Tau Chi and Phi Kappa Tau's little sisters. Ginny is involved in student govern-
ment, holding the positions of assistant director and Republican party secretary in
the Mississippi Youth Congress, and has been a senator and cabinet member in the
Associated Student Body. She is listed in Who's Who Among American Universities
Pensacola native Larry Boyd is a seni
majoring in athletic administration. A
three sport letterman, Larry is a punter
for the football team, serving on the All-
Metro and All-State Conference teams
in 1983, basketball team captain, and
a pitcher for the baseball team. A
member of Phi Kappa Tau, he was cho-
sen 1981 "Athlete of the Year" by his
fraternity and was twice named special
teams "Player of the Week." Larry is a
student assistant basketball coach and
serves as president of the Fellowship of
Christian Athletes. He is a member of
Campus Crusade for Christ and is a Chi
Omega big brother. Larry is the recipi-
ent of the Wendell Ladner Memorial
Award and the Athletic Administration
and Coaching Outstanding Leadership
"■% v **'
The 1983 Greek Games were held Saturday, April 30, on Pride Field, official
competition. Randomly paired fraternities and sororities vied rigorously for
such events as three-legged and piggyback*y|cy3E>izzy ~
and a Swim Across. Groups received points for competi
scheduled activities during the preceding Greek We< '
athletic perfection, and displayed equal fervor in pari
jersey day, Greek parade, dances, and swaps.
fraternity winners. Pi
and Phi Kappa Tau following second, and
places. The most deserving members of the fi
as Greek God and Goddess. Sigma Nu Craig Endris and
chosen God and Goddess for 1983.
ens is a junior from Long Beac
member of Alpha Lambda Delta and the U
• Team, and is a Sigma Nu little s
Theraputic recreation major Craig Endris is a senior from Canton. He is a member of the
USM Rugby club and the Recreation club.
Honors College Scholarship; Phi Kappa
Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta
Rho; President's List; Most Outstanding
Undergraduate in Chemistry — Merck
Award; Organic Chemistry Award; Most
Outstanding Freshman Pre-Med Student;
Southern Style; Most Outstanding Mini
Quarter Facilitator; Who's Who Among
Students In American Universities and
Colleges; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Eta
Sigma; Lambda Sigma; Honors Student
Association; Beta Beta Beta Treasurer;
Delta Gamma Corresponding Secretary.
Mississippi Management Scholarship;
Holiday Inn Scholarship; Yazoo Country
Alumni Scholarship; Mississippi Hotel
and Motel Scholarship; Statler Founda-
tion Scholarship; Dean's Advisory Board;
Delta Delta Delta Big Brother; Southern
Toastmasters Award; ASB Senator,
Chairman of Ways and Means Commit-
tee, Director of Public Relations; Debate
Society; Golden Eagle Mascot; Who's
Who Among Students In American Uni-
versities and Colleges; Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon Rush Chairman, Social Chairman,
Community Service Chairman; Fresh-
man Register Editor; International Food
Service Executive Association President;
Home Economics Club Secretary;
Phi Theta Kappa Alumni Association;
Kappa Delta Public Relations and Press
Officer; Dixie Darlings; Student Printz;
Southern Style; Outstanding Greek
Pledge; University Scholarship; Chevron
U.S.A. Scholarship; President's List; Pi
Tau Chi; Gamma Beta Phi; National
Dean's List; Sigma Delta Chi President;
Who's Who Among Students In Ameri-
can Universities and Colleges.
Honors College; Presidential Scholar;
Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Delta Rho; Phi
Kappa Phi; Hercules Foundation Schol-
arship; Outstanding Freshman Woman;
Outstanding Freshman Physics Student;
Rotary Foundation Scholar; Who's Who
Among Students In American Universi-
ties and Colleges; Lambda Sigma; Alpha
Lambda Delta Treasurer; Phi Eta Sigma;
President's List; Kappa Mu Epsilon, Pi
Delta Phi; Beta Beta Beta; American
Chemical Society; Society of Physics Stu-
dents; Delta Delta Delta Vice President;
ASB Associate Director of Governmental
Relations, Associate Director of Advertis-
ing and Promotion, Senator, University
Task Force; Student Alumni Association;
Honors Student Association.
Phi Kappa Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa
Vice President; Gold Key Society; Kent
Collins Memorial Scholarship; Phi Eta
Sigma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Lambda
Sigma; Varsity Football; National Dean's
List; Dean's List; President's List; Out-
standing ROTC Cadet; Chi Omega Big
Brother; Sigma Chi; Fellowship of Chris-
tian Athletes Vice President; Who's Who
Among Students In American Universi-
ties and Colleges.
Kappa Delta Pledge Class Secretary,
Honor Initiate, Assistant Membership
Chairman, Songfest Director; Dixie Dar-
ling Captain, Most Outstanding Dixie
Darling; Southern Exposure; Kappa Sig-
ma Starduster; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Phi Delta Rho Vice President; Pi Tau Chi
President, Treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi;
Who's Who Among Students In Ameri-
can Universities and Colleges; Speech
Communication Club Treasurer; Golden
Eagle Civitans; Dean's List.
Omicron Delta Kappa, Beta Gamma Sig-
ma; Pi Tau Chi; Baseball; South Central
Bar Association Scholarship; Mississippi
Association of Purchasing Managers
Scholarship; President's List; Dean's
List, Kappa Sigma Vice President,
Pledge Class President; Interfraternity
Council Vice President; Rotaract Presi-
dent; Campus Crusade for Christ; ASB
Judicial Board, Public Relations Commit-
tee; Student Alumni Association Secre-
tary; Who's Who Among Students In
American Universities and Colleges.
Richard L. Adams Outstanding
Young Men of America; Pi Tau Chi;
Kappa Delta Big Brother; Kappa Sig-
ma rush chairman, scholarship chair-
man; Southern Style; ASB Senator,
spirit committee, public relations
committee, judicial appeals board;
Graduate Business Association; Cam-
pus Crusade for Christ; Student
Marc S. Barhonovich National
Dean's List; "Mississippi Future
Leader;" American Institute of
Real Estate Appraisers; Indepen-
dent Agents Insurance Leadership
Scholarship; Society for Advance-
ment of Management, vice-presi-
dent; ASB Senator; Pi Kappa Al-
pha; Financial Management Honor
David H. Butler President's List;
Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Delta;
Beta Gamma Sigma; Tom Alexander
Pledge Scholarship Award; Order of
Omega; Rugby Club; Pi Kappa Alpha
academic chairman, rush chairman,
judicial board; Interfraternity Coun-
cil; American Marketing Association;
ASB judicial board; Gamma Beta Phi.
Kenneth A. Clark Southern Style;
Association for Computing Machin-
ery; ASB Senator, public relations
committee, spirit committee; Football
Cheerleader; Basketball Cheer-
leader; Elite Cheerleading Athletics
Instructor; Alpha Phi Alpha pledge
class president, dean of pledges, pub-
lic relations coordinator.
Kevin R. Davis Outstanding Young
Men of America; Pi Tau Chi; Sigma
Chi; National Association of Campus
Activities student representative,
southeast regional steering commit-
tee, national board of directors; UAC
president, non-music chairman, offi-
cer review board; ASB judicial board;
Fashion Plus president; Student
Home Economics Association vice-
B ~ v -' "
Stephen J. Carmody Omicron Del-
ta Kappa; Gold Key Society; Out-
standing Freshman Male; Alpha
Lambda Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Lamb-
da Sigma; Kappa Sigma; Beta Gam-
ma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Gamma
Beta Phi; ROTC American Leader-
ship Award, Three Quarters Award,
Outstanding Freshman Cadet; Gold-
en Eagle Football.
Jack H. Davenport Peck Oil Com-
pany Scholarship; Valedictorian
Scholarship; Varsity Baseball; Alpha
Lambda Delta; National Dean's List;
Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Mu Epsilon;
Reformed University Fellowship.
David M. Dedeaux Outstanding
Freshman Male; Dean's List; Lambda
Sigma treasurer; Kappa Alpha; Brit-
ish Studies Program; ASB Senator,
Election Commissioner, Vice-Presi-
dent; election council; "Innerview"
reporter, production assistant; Stu-
dent Broadcasters Association secre-
Brenda D. Ellzey Honors College;
Honors Student Association; Omi-
cron Delta Kappa; President's List;
Dean's List; Phi Theta Kappa; Beta
Beta Beta; Pi Beta Phi; Alpha Tau
Omega Little Sister; Campus Cru-
sade for Christ.
Karen E. Fletcher Alpha Lambda
Delta; Gamma Beta Phi; Golden
Girls; Society for Advancement of
Management; ASB spirit committee;
Golden Eagle Civitans; Campus Cru-
sade for Christ; Kappa Delta
David T. Ginn Outstanding Young
Men of America; Order of Omega;
International Who's Who Among Fra-
ternities and Sororities; Chi Omega
Big Brother; Pi Tau Chi; Omicron
Delta Epsilon; Kappa Sigma presi-
dent, treasurer, pledge class vice
president; Interfraternity Council
treasurer, judicial board; ASB Sena-
tor, Attorney General, judicial board;
UAC; Student Alumni Association;
Southern Style; Campus Crusade for
Melissa A. Ezelle Dixie Darling
captain; Basketball Cheerleader; Fel-
lowship of Christian Athletes; Chi
Tau Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Chi Omega; Outstanding Freshman
Woman; Phi Kappa Tau Little Sister;
Dean's List; National Dean's List.
Mary V. Gardner Dean's List; Na-
tional Dean's List; Order of Omega;
Rho Lambda; Pi Tau Chi; Outstand-
ing Young Women of America; South-
ern Style; Student Speech and Hear-
ing Association; Golden Eagle
Civitans; Sigma Chi Little Sister; Chi
Omega president, Panhellenic dele-
gate, judicial board, public relations
chairman, Homecoming chairman,
Rodney G. Gordon Lambda Sigma
president; Gamma Beta Phi presi-
dent; ASB Senator; Sigma Chi trea-
surer; Phi Eta Sigma treasurer; Delta
Gamma Big Brother; Order of Ome-
David A. Groth Gold Key Society;
Dean's List; President's List; Alpha
Lambda Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Lamb-
da Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi; Order of
Omega; Alpha Tau Omega treasur-
er, scholarship award; ASB Senator,
forum representative, campus plan-
ning committee; Pre-Law Society.
Tammy J. Hammond Beta Alpha
Psi; Phi Delta Rho; Phi Kappa Phi;
Lambda Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha
Lambda Delta treasurer; President's
List; Dean's List; The Pride; Resi-
dence Hall Council; Frederick Kena-
mond and Accounting Faculty Schol-
arship; Rho Eta Alpha; Harrison
County Alumni Scholarship.
William G. Hewes Southern Style
UAC officer, review board; Ph
Kappa Tau secretary, social chair
man, pledge class secretary; Interfra
ternity Council secretary; ASB elec
tion committee, greek life committee
Phi Beta Lambda; Campus Crusade
for Christ; The Pride.
Laura D. Hall Omicron Delta
Kappa; Rho Lambda vice president;
Kappa Delta vice president;, mem-
bership chairman, alumnae relations,
Panhellenic delegate, model pledge,
model member; Outstanding Fresh-
man Woman; Sigma Nu Little Sister;
Society for the Advancement of Man-
John J. Harvey Dean's List; Alpha
Lambda Delta; Beta Beta Beta; Gam-
ma Beta Phi; Delta Gamma Big
Brother; Pi Kappa Alpha president,
vice president, scholarship chairman,
executive council; ASB Public Rela-
tions Director, Special Projects Coor-
dinator; University Judicial Board.
Cheryl K. Hill Outstanding Young
Women of America; National Dean's
List; Dean's List; Alpha Lambda Del-
ta; Phi Eta Sigma; Lambda Sigma;
Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Delta Rho; Out-
standing Freshman Woman; Golden
Eagle Civitans; Southern Toastmas-
ters; USM Singers; USM Orchestra;
Honors College; Honors Student As-
sociation; LSD Choir.
Sheryl J. Howell Dean's List; Na-
tional Dean's List; Delta Delta Delta
pledge class president, social devel-
opment chairman; UAC non-music
committee, advertising committee;
Baptist Student Union; Gamma Beta
Phi; ASB spirit committee, judicial
Alice F. Hultz Alpha Lambda Del-
ta; Lambda Sigma; Gamma Beta Phi;
National Dean's List; Army ROTC;
Phi Delta Rho; Pi Tau Chi; Omicron
Delta Kappa; Pi Beta Phi vice presi-
dent, chaplain; Residence Hall Coun-
Mwangelwa M. Lewanika National
Dean's List; Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi
Beta Sigma; Sigma of the Year; Delta
Sigma Theta Scholastic Award; Presi-
dent's List; Dean's List; Phi Beta Sig-
ma president; Interfraternity Council
on Greek Affairs; Delta Sigma Pi;
Afro-American Cultural Society.
Donna L. Huch Phi Kappa Phi; Phi
Delta Rho; Order of Omega; Omicron
Delta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta
Phi Eta Sigma; National Dean's List
President's List; Honors College
Young Community Leaders in Amer
ica; Young Personalities of America
Pi Delta Phi secretary, treasurer, vice
president; Delta Zeta president, trea-
surer, pledge class vice president, ac-
tivities chairman, scholarship chair-
man, Pearl Girl; Kappa Mu Epsilon;
Gamma Beta Phi; Honors Student
Steven C. Krohn Gold Key Society;
Gamma Beta Phi; Pi Tau Chi; Beta
Gamma Sigma; Omicron Delta Epsi-
lon; Financial Management Honor So-
ciety; Order of Omega; Omicron Del-
ta Kappa vice president; Southern
Style; Outstanding Young Men of
America; Outstanding Male Fresh-
man; President's List; Dean's List;
University Scholarship; ASB Senator;
Phi Kappa Tau president, treasurer.
Monte M. Manguno Sigma Alpha
Epsilon vice president, secretary, so-
cial chairman, pledge trainer, com-
munity service chairman, pledge
class president; Southern Style; Out-
standing Young Men of America;
ASB Director of Greek Life, Special
Projects Director, governmental rela-
tions; Varsity Cheerleader; American
Marketing Association; Interfrater-
nity Council; Golden Eagle Civitans.
Robert R. Matthews Southern
Style; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Omicron
Delta Kappa; Gamma Beta Phi; Or-
der of Omega president, charter
member; American Chemical Soci-
ety; Dean's List; Rotoract; Kappa Al-
pha vice president; Chi Omega Big
Lee M. Mcintosh National Dean's
List; Dean's List; Angel Flight;
Speech Communication Association;
Aipha Psi Omega; University Chorus;
Young Republicans; Latter Day Saint
Student Association; Student Alumni
Association; Residence Hall Council.
Roxanne L. Nanney Dean's List;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Honors Col-
lege; Pi Kappa Lambda; Outstanding
Young Women of America; Omicron
Delta Kappa; Residence Hall Coun-
cil; Mu Phi Epsilon treasurer; Gamma
Ut secretary; Chamber Singers vice
Carla M. Murphy Alpha Lambda
Delta secretary; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta
Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi trea-
surer, secretary; Phi Delta Rho presi-
dent; Omicron Delta Kappa; Dean's
List; President's List; ASB spirit com-
mittee, election council; Southerner
staff; Equestrian Club.
Lisa M. McQuillin Exchange Club
Scholarship; Phi Kappa Tau Little
Sister; Pi Tau Chi; Financial Manage-
ment Association Honor Society; Gra-
duate Business Association president;
Student Alumni Association; Union
Board vice president, secretary; Phi
Beta Lambda; Business Student Ad-
visory Council; ASB off-campus com-
mittee, university relations commit-
Michelle L. Nichols Dean's List;
National Dean's List; Alpha Epsilon
Delta; Beta Beta Beta; Homecoming
Court; Modeling Squad; Alpha
Kappa Alpha vice president; Resi-
dence Hall Council; Fashion Plus;
Student Alumni Association; Afro-
American Cultural Society; Southern
Toastmasters; ASB public relations
Tara L. Odom Southern Style; ASB
Director of Greek Life; Rho Lambda;
Order of Omega; Omicron Delta
Kappa; Kappa Alpha Little Sister;
Southern Geological Association; Del-
ta Delta Delta president, rush chair-
man, activities chairman, standards
chairman, scholarship committee,
sponsors committee, intramural
Vincent K. Rosse Dean's List;
Gamma Beta Phi; Order of Omega;
The Pride; Kappa Alpha Psi; LSD
Choir; Wind Ensemble; Symphony
Orchestra; Afro-American Cultural
Virginia L. Sanders Omicron Delta
Kappa; Order of Omega; Miss USM;
Pi Tau Chi president; Southern Style;
Golden Girls; Batgirl; Gold Tender;
Rho Lambda; Phi Kappa Tau Little
Sister; ASB Senator, public relations
committee. Election Commissioner;
Kappa Delta vice president, pledge
trainer, chaplain, parliamentarian.
Stella Payton Dean's List; Rho
Gamma; ASB Director of Public Rela-
tions, Director of Minority Affairs;
Black Panhellenic Council; American
Marketing Association; Student
Broadcasters Association; Alpha
Kappa Alpha; Alpha Phi Alpha Out-
standing Sweetheart; Southerner
Sandra M. Safigan Omicron Delta
Kappa treasurer; Gamma Beta Phi;
Outstanding Young Women of Amer-
ica; Dean's List; Delta Gamma
pledge class president, treasurer;
Beta Alpha Psi; Newman Club; Pom
Pom Girl; Order of Omega; The
Kristy C. Smith President's List;
Dean's List; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Phi Delta Rho; Gamma Beta Phi; Al-
pha Lambda Delta; Gamma Beta Sig-
ma; Pi Tau Chi; Phi Chi Theta; Lamb-
da Sigma; Chi Omega; Campus
Beauty; Golden Eagle Civitans; Gold-
en Girls; American Marketing Associ-
ation; Southern Style; Kappa Sigma
Starduster; Campus Crusade for
Christ; ASB spirit committee.
Nancy E. Steen Honors College;
Lambda Sigma; Omicron Delta
Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Rho Lambda;
Speech Communications Scholar-
ship; Sigma Nu Little Sister; Order of
Omega; Pi Beta Phi president, trea-
surer; scholarship award; ASB Sen-
Jody F. Tidwell Dean's List; Nation-
al Dean's List; Order of Omega trea-
surer, charter member; Southern
Style; Outstanding Young Men of
America; Delta Gamma Big Brother;
Alumni Association Scholarship; Sig-
ma Alpha Epsilon president, vice
president, secretary, pledge trainer,
rush chairman, executive council
American Marketing Association
Golden Eagle Civitans; Campus Cru
sade for Christ; Student Alumni Asso
ciation; ASB Senator, appointments
and budgets committee.
Angela C. Welker Presidential
Scholarship; Honors College; Presi-
dent's List; Dean's List; Chi Omega
pledge trainer, vice president; Omi-
cron Delta Kappa president; Stu-
dent Printz copy editor, executive
editor; Gamma Beta Phi; Phi Delta
Rho; Pi Tau Chi; Sigma Chi Little Sis-
ter; Lambda Iota Tau; Outstanding
Jacqueline B. Thompson Sigma
Theta Tau; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Phi Delta Rho; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha
Lambda Delta; Rho Lambda; Lamb-
da Sigma; National Dean's List;
Dean's List; President's List; Campus
Beauty; Pi Kappa Alpha Calendar
Girl; Chi Omega vice president, rush
correspondent; Pom Pom Girl; Gold-
en Girls; Residence Hall Council; Sig-
ma Chi Little Sister; Student Nursing
Kenneth J. Waltman Sigma Alpha
Epsilon president, corresponding sec-
retary, Outstanding Member of the
Year; Interfraternity formal rush
chairman; Southerner staff assistant
editor; ASB Senator, spirit commit-
tee, election commission; Varsity
Football and Basketball Cheerleader
captain; Freshman Register editor;
Miss Southern pageant director, as-
sistant director; Southern Exposure;
College Republicans; College Civi-
tans; BSU; Southern Style; Outstand-
ing Young Men in America; Order of
Omega; Rho Gamma vice president,
charter member; Delta Gamma Out-
standing Big Brother.
Kerrin M. Wells Dean's List; Presi-
dent's List; Academic Scholarship;
Athletic Scholarship; Gamma Beta
Phi treasurer; Alpha Lambda Delta;
Soccer Club; Varsity Volleyball; As-
sociation for Computing Machinery;
Pi Kappa Alpha Little Sister; Delta
Gamma treasurer, model pledge, An-
chor Splash chairman.
Not Pictured: James L. Warren III Southern Style; Outstanding Young Men of America;
Kappa Sigma vice president, pledge trainer; Pre-Law Society; Phi Mu Big Brother; USMaga-
zine; Student Judicial Council; ASB president, executive assistant, spirit committee, Director
of Legal Services.
Robert T. van Aller
Dean of the Graduate School
Bobby D. Anderson
Dean of the College of Education and
Rebecca A. Askew
Director of High School and Junior College
Minnie R. Austin
Assistant to the Director of the University
Shirley A. Bateman
Acting Director of the English Language
Thomas S. Bateman
Director of Administrative Services
David J. Bodenhamer
Assistant to the Vice President for
Onva K. Boshears
Dean of the School of Library Service
Director of University Commons
Harry L. Brown
Director of Accounting Services
William G. Brundage
Director of the Center of Research and
James E. Carmody, Jr.
Head Football Coach
James R. Carpenter
Director of the University Golf Course
D. James Caveny
Acting Dean of the College of Science and
Robert H. Cleveland
Sports Information Director
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Walter E. Cooper
Dean of the School of Health, Physical
Education, and Recreation
Roland H. Dale
Warren K. Dunn
Director of the University Union and
Peter E. Durkee
Vice President for Student Affairs
Aline R. Eddins
Acting Director of the Office of Veterans
Thomas G. Estes
Vice President for Business and Finance
William G. Fron
Director of Financial Aid
Nicholas H. Fruge
Assistant to the Vice President for
Research and Extended Affairs
Sarah L.W. Gibbs
Dean of the School of Home Economics
Clyde N. Ginn
Executive Assistant to the President
Joan P. Glover
Manager of University Bookstore
Bill W. Gore
Dean, USM at Natchez
W. Rader Grantham
Dean of Students
John E. Green
Dean of the College of Fine Arts
Joseph A. Greene, Jr.
Dean of the College of Business
G. Terry Harper
Dean of the College of Liberal Arts
H. Gene Henderson
Director of Physical Plant
Robert Herrington, Jr.
Director of Personnel Services
Joe E. Holloway
Dean, USM at Gulf Park
Albert J. Jaeger
Assistant to the Vice President for Business
D. Kay James
Women's Basketball Coach and Assistant
to the Athletic Director
Janis B. James
Director of Research and Sponsored
Shirley J. Jones
Dean of the School of Social Work
Wallace G. Kay
Dean of the Honors College
Boyd A. Kellett
Director of Student Health Services
William E. Kirkpatrick
Director of Public Relations
Robert S. Kivetz
Director of Housing Administration
Cecil M. Klutts
Director of Purchasing
Carl C. Lawrence
Director of Placement Services
Charles B. McNeill
Director of Admissions
Alice L. Maw
Director of International Students
Director of Public Safety
Danny W. Montgomery
Jerri D. Laube Morgan
Dean of the School of Nursing
Powell G. Ogletree
Director of Alumni Affairs
Joseph S. Paul
Assistant to the Vice President for Student
Charles H. Probst
Dean of Student Services
Gene D. Saucier
Dean of Admissions and Special Academic
William C. Scruggs
Director of the Computing Center
James H. Sims
Vice President for Academic Affairs
Bill W. Shafer
Director of University Counseling Center
C.J. Pete Taylor
Assistant Athletic Director and Head
William B. Taylor
Head of the Center for International
Shelby F. Thames
Executive Vice President
Joseph E. Tinnon
Dean of the Division of Continuing
Charlotte E. Tullos
Director of Career Advisement,
Cooperative Education Advisement, and
Malcolm K. Turk
Men's Basketball Coach
Sidney E.L. Weatherford
Director of Institutional Research
Dennis E. Webster
Director of Broadcasting and Radio-
John C. Wellons
Director of Development
Karen M. Yarbrough
Vice President for Research and Extended
Board of Trustees of State Institutions of Higher Learning
Dr. John R. Lovelace, President
Mr. Charles C. Jabobs, Jr., Vice President
Dr. E.E. Thrash, Executive Secretary and Director
Seated: Denton Rogers, Jr., Pontotoc; Travis E. Parker, Drew; Dr. John R. Lovelace, Batesville; Dr. Robert W. Harrison, Jr., Yazoo City; Bobby L.
Chain, Hattiesburg; Mrs. Miriam Q. Simmons, Columbia; Mrs. Betty A. Williams, Columbus.
Standing: Bryce Griffis, Starkville; Thomas D. Bourdeaux, Meridian; George T. Watson, Pass Christian; William M. Jones, Jackson; James F
Woods, Olive Branch; Charles C. Jacobs, Jr., Cleveland; Dr. E.E. Thrash, Raymond.
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Abdulaziz, Abdula M Taima, Saudi Arabia; Sr.
Abney, Teresa A Bay Springs, MS; So.
Aboce-Seoud, Anas Damascus, Syria; Sr.
Abraham, Cynthia C Meridian, MS; Sr.
Abraham, Tuesday McComb, MS; Sr.
Adams, Bruce R Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Jr.
Adams, Eric A Vicksburg, MS; So.
Adams, Ivan J Poplarville, MS; Jr.
Adams, Jeannie M Montrose, AL; Fr.
Adams, J. Mark Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Adams, Juanita Mendenhall, MS; Sr.
Adams, Rick L Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Sr.
Adcock, Barry W Pascagoula, MS; So.
Adcock, Ronnie B Pearl, MS; Fr.
Addison, Vannessa McComb, MS; So.
Addy, Carol M Decatur, MS; Jr.
Agosta, Ann Pearl, MS; Sr.
Aiello, Donna R Wiggins, MS; So.
Aikens, Consuela Y Picayune, MS; So.
Ainsworth, Cheryl K Brandon, MS; Jr.
Ainsworth, Jan C Wiggins, MS; Sr.
Ainsworth, Lori L Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Ainsworth, Patricia A Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Ainsworth, Paula L Soso, MS; Sr.
Albert, Sherri L Pascagoula, MS; So.
Al'bitar, Mohamad H Damascus, Syria; Jr.
Albritton, Mary K McComb, MS; Jr.
Alderman, Stephen J Greenwood, MS; Sr.
Aldridge, Ellen Y Pensacola, FL; Sr.
Alexander, Boyd D Natchez, MS; Sr.
Alexander, Daniel O Pearl, MS; So.
Alexander, Joy Hollandale, MS; Jr.
Alexander, Naomi M Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Alexander, Susan D Jackson, MS; So.
Alexander, Susan E Gulf Breeze, FL; Sr.
Algood, James A Philadelphia, MS; So.
Allbritton, Susie L Braxton, MS; Sr.
Allegrezza, Lisa G Jackson, MS; Jr.
Allen, Alton B Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Allen, Bill H Heidelberg, MS; Sr
Allen, Melissa C Louin, MS; Sr.
Allen, Melissa J Mantee, MS; Sr.
Allen, Phyllis D Brookhaven, MS; Jr.
Allen, Randy D Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Allen, Rececca L Gautier, MS; Sr.
Allen, Robin A Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Allen, Synthia M Louin, MS; Fr.
Alsobrooks, Tammy M Picayune, MS; Sr.
Alston, Brcnda S Meridian, MS; Jr.
Alston, John T Waynesboro, MS; Jr.
Alston, Randal C Waynesboro, MS; Jr.
Alvarez, Giovanny E Barquisimeto, Venezuela; Jr.
Amos, Ruby L Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
Anderson, Ben A Natchez, MS; Sr.
Anderson, Brian K Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Anderson, Deborah J Milton, FL; Fr.
Anderson, J. Gregory Columbia, MS; Sr.
Anderson, Lillie F Jackson, MS; Fr.
Anderson, Lori O Jackson, MS; Jr.
Anderson, Mary J Lucedale, MS; So.
Anderson, Milton Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Anderson, R. Mechelle Meridian, MS; Sr.
Anderson, Sherri V Lexington, MS; Jr.
Anderson, Tammy R Mobile, AL; Fr.
Anderson, Tillman Jackson, MS; So.
Andrews, Joe B Brandon, MS; So.
Andrews, Letha Mobile, AL; Fr.
Andrews, Roy E Brandon, MS; So.
Andrey, Lisa A Brandon, MS; Fr.
Annang, Augustus W Accra-Ghana, West Africa; So.
Applewhite, Bruce A Tifton, GA; Sr.
Arana, Enrique E Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Archie, Brenda L Canton, MS; So.
Arender, Theresa R Pearl, MS; So.
Arellano, Carlos E Maracaibo, Venezuela; Jr.
Areualo, Cesar Y Barcelona, Venezuela; So.
Armstrong, Alice C Jackson, MS; Sr.
Armstrong, Patricia R Silver Creek, MS; Fr.
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Arnold, Petra J Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Ashcraft, Wayne H Jackson, MS; So.
Ashcroft, Paul A Biloxi, MS; Sr.
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Atherton, Edward Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Atterberry, Thomas J Long Beach, MS; Jr.
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Bady, Brenda J Meridian, MS; Fr.
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Bagley, Pamela A Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
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Bailey, Victor Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
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Baker, Gordon P Jackson, MS; Jr.
Baker, James L Jackson, MS; So.
Baker, Nina K Coldwater, MS; Jr.
Baker, Pamela G Brandon, MS; Sr.
Baker, Randall P Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Baker, Tina P Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Baleutine, Kevin R Pass Christian, MS; Jr.
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Balius, Suzanne D Biloxi, MS; Jr.
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Ballard, Mary E Columbus, MS; Sr.
Bancroft, Ann Meridian, MS; So.
Bancroft, Courtney J Tarpon Springs, FL; Fr.
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Barger, Diane K Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Barham, Kelly D West Point, MS; So.
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Barhonovich, Marc S Biloxi, MS; Sr.
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Barnes, Gloria J Prentiss, MS; So.
Barnes, Loretta Prentiss, MS; Jr.
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Barr, Phyllis R McComb, MS; Jr.
Barrett, Cynthia M Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Barrett, Julie L Bay St. Louis, MS; Sr.
Barrett, Matthew J Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
Bartley, S. Kreg Brandon, MS; Jr.
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Barton, Elbert L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Bass, Michael D Jackson, MS; Jr.
Bass, Tammy L Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Bassett, Kim L Jackson, MS; Jr.
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Bates, Mary F Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
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Baucum, Rachel A Meridian, MS; Jr.
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Becker, Angie Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
Becker, Keith P Brandon, MS; Sr.
Becker, Michele Brookhaven, MS; Fr.
Beckham, Linda G Carthage, MS; Jr.
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Beech, Paula D Ovett, MS; Sr.
Beecham, Shannon D McComb, MS; Jr.
Beeding, Craig A Clinton, MS; Sr.
Beeson, James E D'Iberville, MS; Jr.
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Belcher, Jena A Meridian, MS; Jr.
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Bellipanni, Susan R McComb, MS; Sr.
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Bennett, Haley L Grenada, MS; Jr.
Bennett, Jean L Ocean Springs, MS; So.
Bennett, Robert A Biloxi, MS; Fr.
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Bentz, Sharon M Biloxi, MS; So.
Bernard, Dwight A Natchez, MS; Fr.
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Berry, Kendall W Nashville. TN; Sr.
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Berryhill, Toby V Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Betts, Larry Toomsuba, MS; Jr.
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Beverly, Glynn L Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
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Bilbo, Terry Kiln, MS; Sr.
Bingham, Barbara Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Bingham, Ronald M Pearl, MS; Sr.
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Bird, J Clinton, MS; So.
Birdsong, Sandra E Edwards, MS; Gr.
Bishop, Charles M Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Bissell, Charlie P Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Bittick, Kevin D Brandon, MS; Jr.
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Blackwell, Marcia Jackson, MS; Fr.
Blackwell, Michael N Gulfport, MS; Sr.
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Blakeslee, Mary C Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Blalock, Rhonda D Liberty, MS; So.
Blanchard, Debbie E Biloxi, MS; Sr.
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Bodie, Myra Columbia, MS; Jr.
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Bogdahn, Ivy Brandon, MS; Fr.
Boggan, John E Newton, MS; Sr.
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Bolden, Wilhom K Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Bolton, Beverly A Richton, MS; Jr.
Bolton, Janet L Picayune, MS; Sr.
Bond, Bobby J Purvis, MS; Jr.
Bond, Gene C Meridian, MS; Sr.
Bond, Louis E Petal, MS; Gr.
Bond, Tina L Saucier, MS; Sr.
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Bond, Timothy R Wiggins, MS; So.
Bonds, Barbara M Fernwood, MS; Sr.
Bonham, Rod A Jackson, MS; Sr.
Bonones, Tony Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Booth, Tangelia L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Bordelon, Monique M Jackson, MS; Fr.
Borgatti, Tina M Slidell, MS; Jr.
Borges, Santiago A Caracas, Venezuela; Jr.
Borosky, Patricia A Gautier, MS; Jr.
Borries, Angela E Ocean Springs, MS: Jr.
Boswell, Karen R Laurel, MS; Jr.
Boudreaux, Julie A Pass Christian, MS; Sr.
Bounds, Mark R Biloxi, MS; Fr.
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Bourgeois, Michelle M Waveland, MS; So.
Bourgeois, Thomas F Waveland, MS; Fr.
Bourne, Damea E Columbia, MS; Fr.
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Bowden, Royce O Picayune, MS; Sr.
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Bowlin, Margaret R Long Beach, MS; Jr.
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Boyd, Christian A Prentiss, MS; Sr.
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Boyles, Theresa D Jackson, MS; Sr.
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Bradley, Kim Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Bracey, Pamela Morgantown, MS; Sr.
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Brady, Susan E Heidelberg. MS; Sr.
Brady, Thomas W Bay Springs. MS; Jr.
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Brashier, Meribeth Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Braswell, Patty J Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Bratcher, Felicia Magee, MS; So.
Bratcher, Sandy D Magee, MS; Jr.
Braxton, Anthony M Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
Braxton, Ronnie D Jackson, MS; Sr.
Breal, Greg Biloxi, MS; Jr.
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Brekeen, William L McComb, MS; Sr.
Breland, Stephanie A Petal, MS; Sr.
Brennan, Mary A Brookhaven, MS; Gr.
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Brewer, Lloyd Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
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Bright, Mark A Gulfport, MS; Sr.
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Brister, Carol D McComb, MS; Gr.
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Broadhead, Delwyn D Mendenhall, MS; So.
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Broadwater, Dana L Jackson, MS; Sr.
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Brooks, Rebecca A Raymond, MS; Sr.
Brookshire, Roy C Jackson, MS; Sr.
Broome, Jennifer L Purvis, MS; Jr.
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Broussard, Paul N Biloxi, MS; Jr.
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Brown, Cynthia A Jackson, MS; Fr.
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Brown, Glenda D San Diego, CA; Sr.
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Brown, Kenneth J Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
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Brown, Phyllis D Raymond, MS; Jr.
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Brown, Richard D Jackson, AL; Fr.
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Brown, Rosetta M Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Brown, Sara E Danville, VA; Sr.
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Browning, Elizabeth C Clinton, MS; Jr.
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Brumfield, Joe E Natchez, MS; Sr.
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Bryant, Jeffrey N Pearl, MS; Jr.
Bryant, Jennifer Brookhaven, MS; Jr.
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Bryant, Mark Seminary, MS; Jr.
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Bryant, S. Dawn Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Bryant, Susan D Laurel, MS; Sr.
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Buchanan, Virginia G Meridian, MS, Sr.
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Burns, Sherry R Batesville, MS; Fr.
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Campbell, Barbara D Hernando, MS; Sr.
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Carlisle, Amy J Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Carlock, Lori L Bude, MS; Sr.
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Carmichael, D. Michelle Gautier, MS; Jr.
Carmody, Stephen J Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Carter, Chris R Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
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Carter, Janice L Biloxi, MS; Fr.
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Carter, Thomas D Purvis, MS; Jr.
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Catto, Freddie F Columbus, MS; Jr.
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Chambers, Yohna J Gautier, MS; So.
Cahmoun, Joseph G Zahle, Lebanon; Jr.
Champney, Edward H Hattiesburg, MS; So.
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Chaney, Alex R Hickory, MS; Jr.
Chang, Hyeok La Paz, Bolivia; Sr.
Chaplin, Julie K Columbia, MS; Jr.
Chapman, Erin L Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Chapman, Jamie L Jackson, MS; Jr.
Chapman, Robin L Clinton, MS; So.
Chapman, Winifred Biloxi, MS; Fr.
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Chesser, Margaret F Laurel, MS; Jr.
Chestang, Carlen J Moss Point, MS; Sr.
Chester, Alan Natchez, MS; So.
Chiplin, Felicia A Vicksburg, MS; So.
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Cimbora, Jill Purvis, MS; Fr.
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Clark, Anthony R Meridian, MS; Fr.
Clark, Charlene S Bay St. Louis, MS; Jr.
Clark, Connolly L Ocean Springs, MS; So.
Clark, Ellen R Kenner, LA; Fr.
Clark, Freida G Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Clark, Jerri S Sosa, MS; Sr.
Clark, Karen A McComb, MS; Jr.
Clark, Lisa C State Line, MS; Jr.
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Clark, Marisa P Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Clark, Maxine Dekaub, MS; Sr.
Clark, Raymond V Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Clark, Samuel C Madison, MS; Fr.
Clark, Stephanie L Greenville, SC; Jr.
Clark, Steve P Jonesboro, GA; Sr.
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Clay, Kenneth L Meridian, MS; Gr.
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Clements, Pam G Gulfport, MS; Jr
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Cline, Ruby C Liberty, MS; So.
Clingon, Allison H Quitman, MS; Sr.
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Cloy, Stephen C Monterey, CA; Sr.
Coaker, Rita E Fruitdale, AL; Sr.
Coats, James W Laurel, MS; Sr.
Coats, Jerry R Meridian, MS; So.
Cobb, David H Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Cobb, Ivan J Bay St. Louis, MS; Sr.
Cobb, Patricia E Gloster, MS; Jr.
Coburn, Tonya V Clarksdale, MS; Jr.
Cochran, Virginia J Brooklyn, MS; Sr.
Cockrell, Lori A Tupelo, MS; So.
Cockrell, Penny M Magee, MS; So.
Coffey, Nettie R Gautier, MS; Sr.
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Coghlan, Amy L Brookhaven, MS; Fr.
Coker, Kathleen L Meridian, MS; Sr.
Coker, Lewair Liberty, MS; Sr.
Colbet, Maria T Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Colbert, Mark W West Point, MS; Sr.
Cole, Barbara A Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Cole, Cathy C Natchez, MS; So.
Cole, Jacqueline Dekaub, MS; Fr.
Coleman, Gary D Brandon, MS; So.
Coleman. Jack Meridian, MS; Sr.
Coleman, John L Jackson, MS; Sr.
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Colen, Joseph W Jackson, MS; Jr.
Collette, Jean Brandon, MS; Sr.
Collier, LaVonda C Canton, MS; Fr.
Collier, Nathaniel Yazoo, MS; Fr.
Collins, Diane M Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Collins, Donna G Meridian, MS; So.
Collins, Glenda M Philadelphia, MS; Sr.
Collins, Gregory A Collins, MS; Jr.
Collins, Jayme A Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Collins, Lady M Meridian, MS; Sr.
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Comfort, E. Shawn Brandon, MS; Sr.
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Conn, Jack C Jayess, MS; Sr.
Connally, Elizabeth R Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Connally, Ronald D Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Conley, Millie Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Conner, Mollie R Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Conway, Andra R Clinton, MS; Sr.
Conway, Edward M Clinton, MS; Sr.
Conway, Robert S Jackson, MS; Sr.
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Cope, Laura A Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Copeland, Joan E Huntsville, AL; So.
Copeland, Michael G Clinton, MS; Sr.
Coppage, Karen S Biloxi, MS; Jr.
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Corban, Joanna B Biloxi, MS; So.
Corban, Marcus S Meadville, MS; Jr.
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Corkern, Julie Hernando, MS; So.
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Cothern, Valerie C McComb, MS; Sr.
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Cotton, G. Craig Brandon, MS; Sr.
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Coumanis, Tonie A Mobile, AL; Fr.
Counts, Steven E Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Courtney, Jacqueline K Clinton, MS; Jr.
Courtney, Jeffrey J Wiggins, MS; Sr.
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Covington, Cecil L Jackson, MS; Sr.
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Cox, James D Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
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Craft, K.Y Pulaski, MS; So.
Craft, Kimberly K Purvis, MS; So.
Craft, Pamela A Raleigh, MS; Jr.
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Craft, Russell F Biloxi, MS; So.
Craft, William D Brandon, MS; Fr.
Craig, Willie J Milton, FL; So.
Crain, Brian R Franklinton, LA; Jr.
Crain, Cheryl D Tylertown, MS; Sr.
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Crane, Cindy L Clinton, MS; So.
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Craven, James M Collinsville, MS; Sr.
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Craven, Taylor H Lyon, MS; So.
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Crawford, Kim R West Point, MS; Jr
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Creekmore, Cecil R Grenada, MS; So.
Creekmore, Claudia Grenada, MS; So.
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Crenshaw, John M Brandon, MS; Sr.
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Cronier, Evelyn E Moss Point, MS; Sr.
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Cross, John W Laurel, MS; So.
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Crowson, William L Hattiesburg, MS; Gr.
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Cruthirds, Niles C Columbus, MS; Fr.
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Cuevas, Richard A Cabimas, Venezuela; Jr.
Culliver, Timothy A Louin, MS; Sr.
Culpepper, Carla R Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Culpepper, Joe Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
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Cumberland, Randy M Florence, MS; Jr.
Cumbie, Sylvia D Gautier, MS; Sr.
Cummings, Cynthia D Clarksdale, MS; Jr.
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Dallas, Tori R Mendenhall, MS; So.
Dana, Marion E Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Dana, Melinda A Long Beach, MS; Fr
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Danos, Tiffany Harvey, LA; So.
Darling, Anthony J Aurora, IL; So.
Davenport, Donald S Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Davenport, Jack H Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Davidson, William W Escatawpa, MS; Jr.
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Davion, Desiree Pass Christian, MS; Sr.
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Davis, Jessie Walnut Grove, MS; Jr.
Davis, Jim Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Dedeaux, Edwin J DeLisle, MS; Sr.
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Dees, Karen E Collins, MS; Jr.
Dees, Richard G Florence, MS; Jr.
Dees, Shelley J Biloxi, MS; Sr.
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Denton, Tracy B Jackson, MS; Fr.
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DeShazo, Angela E Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Dewett, Donna G McComb, MS; Sr.
Dewey, Penny A Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Diamond, Colin R Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Diaz, M. Elena Ocean Springs, MS; Fr.
Dick, Sherry L Lacombe, LA; Jr.
Dickerson, Billy O Summit, MS; Jr.
Dickerson, Bridget R Semmes, AL; Fr.
Dickerson, Deborah K Quitman, MS; Sr.
Dickerson, Scindy E Mize, MS; Sr.
Dickey, Pamela M Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Dickson, Pamela L Jackson, MS; Jr.
Dickson, Stephanie L Jackson, MS; So
Dieckman, Diana Jackson, MS; Jr
Dievert, Rita B Hazlehurst, MS; Sr
Dillard, Annie R Meadville, MS; Sr
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Dillon, Teresa D Hattiesburg, MS; Jr
Dionne, Dawn A Gautier, MS; So
Dionne, Kimberley J Gautier, MS; Fr
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Dixon, Sherry V Silver Creek, MS; Jr
Dodd, Vickie L Doddsville, MS; Sr
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Dominick, Ray B Centreville, MS; So
Dominick, Wayna J Liberty, MS; Sr
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Donnelly, Karen I Mobile, AL; Jr
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Doyle, Richard A Hazlehurst, MS; Jr
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Dreher, Regina M Moss Point, MS; Jr
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Dubuisson, Theresa A Gulfport, MS; Sr.
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Duett, Charles R Belzoni, MS, Jr.
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Dugas, Elizabeth A Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Dullard, Shawn S Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Dunaway, Michael A Clinton, MS; Sr.
Duncan, Mary H Laurel, MS; So.
Duncan, Sherri B Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
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Dunlap, Alisa R Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Durham, Mark Park Columbia, MS; Sr.
Durham, William T Arrakis, MS; Jr.
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Dyson, Christopher A Jackson, MS; Jr.
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Earles, Angela D Magee, MS; Jr.
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Eidt, Andrea S Natchez, MS; Jr.
Eiken, Lynley L Gautier, MS; Fr.
Eisenhauer, Fred R Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Ekey, Karen A Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Ekey, Richard D Biloxi, MS; Jr.
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Elder, Linda E Brandon, MS; So.
Elkins, Richie Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Ellis, Gary L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Ellis, Sean W Terry, MS; Gr.
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Ellison, Cathy T Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Ellzey, Brenda D Soso, MS; Sr.
Ellzey, Christy E Pascagoula, MS; Fr.
Elmenhurst, Scott A Walla Walla, WA; Jr.
England, Ellen Magnolia, MS; Sr.
English, Kristin L Picayune, MS; So.
English, Malcolm L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
English, Pennie R Union, MS; Jr.
Enslow, Stephen M Huntington, WV; Jr.
Entrekin, Paul Lumberton, MS; Jr.
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Escher, Roland Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Estes, Jim R Atlanta, GA; Fr.
Estrada, Jane A Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Etheridge, Paula R Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
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Evans, Jeffery D Pearl, MS; Jr.
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Evans, Melissa A Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
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Evans, Stacy N Newton, MS; Sr.
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Everett, Nancy 1 D'Lo, MS; Sr.
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Ezelle, Darlene Decatur, MS; Sr.
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Fava, Patricia A Monticello, MS; So.
Faver, Susan J Long Beach. MS; Jr.
Fayard, Alicia J Gulfport. MS; So.
Fayard, Suzette Hampton, VA; Fr.
Felder, Pamela J Liberty, MS; Sr.
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Felder, Richard E McComb, MS; Jr.
Fendley, Deborah K Picayune, MS; Sr.
Fernandez, Jose J Valencia, Venezuela; So.
Ferrell, Bobby Pascagoula, MS; So.
Ferrell, Carolyn E Bay St. Louis, MS; Gr.
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Files, Jeffery J Brandon, MS; So.
Finley, Michael E Mendenhall, MS; Sr.
Finnegan, Kenneth M Pascagoula, MS; So.
Firmin, Amy A Bay St. Louis, MS; So.
Fischer, Tina M Wiggins, MS; Fr.
Fisher, Janet L Marion, IN; Jr.
Fisher, Sandra B West, MS; Fr.
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Fitzgerald, Mike P Bay St. Louis, MS; So.
Fitzgerald, Russell O Colorado Springs, CO; Fr.
Fitzgerald, Shannon M Gautier, MS; Fr.
Fiveash, Janet S Poplarville, MS; Jr.
Flake, Rhett B Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Flanner, Jamie B Purvis, MS; Sr.
Fletcher, Dean A Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Fletcher, Karen E Pensacola, FL; Sr.
Fletcher, Kathy D Pensacola, FL; So.
Fletcher, Stacy A Clinton, MS; Jr.
Floore, Kenneth L Columbus, MS; Sr.
Flowers, Meg Hazlehurst, MS; Sr.
Flowers, Thomas L Brandon, MS; So.
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Floyd, Kenneth E Magnolia, MS; Jr.
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Flynt, Jessica L Hazlehurst, MS; So.
Flynt, Teresa A Mt. Olive, MS; Jr.
Foggo, John T Natchez, MS; Jr.
Fokakis, Angela E Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Folse, Kerri A Ocean Springs, MS; Fr.
Fontenelle, Leslie A Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Forbess, David R Natchez, MS; Sr.
Ford, Mary M Louisville, MS; Fr.
Forde, John E Laurel, MS; Gr.
Formby, Suzanne M Picayune, MS; Jr.
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Foster, Angela West Point, MS; Fr.
Foster, Debra J Natchez, MS; Jr.
Foster, James B Biloxi, MS; Jr.
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Fountain, Candi S Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Fowler, Lisa C Picayune, MS; So.
Fowler, Paula G Pensacola, FL; Jr.
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Foxworth, William M Foxworth, MS; So.
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Franklin, David L Foxworth, MS; Jr.
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Frazier, Amber E Clinton, MS; Sr.
Frederick, Amy Edwards, MS; Sr.
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Freeman, Laura A Hattiesburg, MS; Gr.
Freeman, Sandra J Natchez, MS; Sr.
Freeman, Shelly Hazlehurst, MS; Sr.
Freeman, Sherrie J Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Freeman, Sherrye L Saraland, AL; So.
Freeny, Donna J Carthage, MS; Sr.
Freibert, Richard J Jackson, MS; Gr.
French, Cynthia D Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Frentz, Mozzie G Biloxi, MS; So.
Friesz, Linda M Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Frith, Susie A Long Beach, MS; So.
Frye, John A Brandon, MS; Fr.
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Furlow, Melanie Jackson, MS; Jr.
Furrh, Leigh Jackson, MS; Jr.
Gagliano, Gary M Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Galliano, Michael A Jackson, MS; So.
Galligan, Regina Laurel, MS; Jr.
Gammage, Alesia A Taylorsville, MS; Jr.
Gammage, Lisa L Bay Springs, MS; Sr.
Gandy, Charles Picayune, MS; Jr.
Gandy, John H Hazlehurst, MS; Gr.
Gandy, Jerry L Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Gandy, Lore T Picayune, MS; Jr.
Gandy, Susan M Hazlehurst, MS; Jr.
Garcia, Mary A Waveland, MS; Fr.
Gardner, Kimberly P Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Gardner, M. Valerie Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Gardner, William C Homewood, AL; Gr.
Gargard, John M Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Garman, Karen L Nashville, TN; So.
Garner, Carol A Greenville, MS; Jr.
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Garner, Lisa M Long Beach, MS; So.
Garrett, Hope C Poplarville, MS; Sr.
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Gates, Paula Wiggins, MS; Jr.
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Gibson, Dale C Long Beach, MS; Sr.
Gibson, Susan M Bay St. Louis, MS; Jr.
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Gilbert, Sharon L Carriere, MS; So.
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Gilleow, Grant H Slidell, LA; Sr.
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Gillis, Jody Gulfport, MS; Jr.
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Gilmer, Kinnard K Edwards, MS; Sr.
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Glover, Margaret E Hattiesburg, MS; So.
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Goetz, Tammy D Meridian, MS; Jr.
Goggans, Tina L Corinth, MS; Jr.
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Gollott, Lisa M Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Gombos, Kathleen A Biloxi, MS; Fr.
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Gonzalez, Mary P Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela; Jr.
Gonzalez, Noemi Biloxi, MS; Jr.
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Goodwin, Beverly R Louisville, MS; Sr.
Goodwin, James M Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Goodwin, Katherine E Forest, MS; Sr.
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Gordon, Donald P Meridian, MS; Sr.
Gordon, Donna R Grand Bay, AL; Jr.
Gordon, John D Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
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Goss, Beth Columbia, MS; So.
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Gough, Janis C Tupelo, MS; Sr.
Gould, Danette K Tucker, GA; Jr.
Gould, Missy Monticello, MS; Jr.
Graham, Clay A Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Graham, James L Picayune, MS; Fr.
Graham, Jeffrey S Enterprise, MS; Sr.
Graham, Ronda M Hattiesburg, MS; So.
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Green, Annie B Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Green, Jimmie C Lucedale, MS; Sr.
Green, Joannie L McComb, MS; Jr.
Green, Madonna J Pearl, MS; Gr.
Green, Paula L Gautier, MS; Sr.
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Greenwaldt, Michael E Canton, MS; Sr.
Greer, Kyle Mendenhall, MS; Sr.
Gregory, Betty L Decatur, MS; Sr.
Gregory, Patricia A Shalimar, FL; Gr.
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Griffith, Terrilyn L Picayune, MS; So.
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Grosche, Pamela L Brandon, MS; Fr.
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Guice, Pamela G Jackson, MS; Jr.
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Guillotte. Kippi Pearl. MS; Sr.
Guizerix, Kathleen L Picayune. MS; Sr.
Gunn, E. Katrina Columbia. MS; Fr.
Gunnell, Shirley S Bogue Chitto, MS; Sr.
Gunkel, Jane M Gautier, MS; Jr.
Gustin. Patrick Mobile, AL; Fr.
Gutierrez, Lauren L Biloxi, MS; So.
Guy, Brian K Hatticsburg, MS; Sr.
Guy, Susan Braxton, MS; Sr.
Haag, Chris R Chatom, AL; Jr.
Haber, Carol L Cantonment, FL; Jr.
Hoffenden, Cheryl A Jackson, MS; Sr.
Hafler, David L Brandon, MS; So.
Haggard, Kathy R Clinton, MS; Jr.
Hagin, Greg G Gulfport, MS; So.
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Haines, Mary J Jackson, MS; Sr.
Hajjar, Iraj E Gulfport, MS; Sr.
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Hambric, Steen H Woodbridge, VA; So.
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Hamilton, Robert L Laurel, MS; Fr.
Hammack, Vicki Laurel, MS; Sr.
Hammer, Richard H Pearl, MS; Jr.
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Hammond, Sandra K Monticello, MS; Jr.
Hammond, Tammy J Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Hamrick, Ronnie Enterprise, MS; Sr.
Hand, Steven W Meridian, MS; Jr.
Hankins, Michael C Raleigh, MS; Jr.
Hanley, Denise H Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
Hansek, David F Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Hanshaw, Elizabeth A Gautier, MS; Jr.
Hanzalik, James E Biloxi, MS; Sr.
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Haralson, Alfonzo Forest, MS; Gr.
Hard, Sherry G Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Harbison, James S McComb, MS; So.
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Hardison, Brian L Gulfport, MS; Jr.
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Hargett, Lisa K Vicksburg, MS; So.
Harkins, Alice B Jackson, MS; Jr.
Harkins, Anita M Jackson, MS; Jr.
Harkins, Mary R Jackson, MS; Jr.
Harkins, Thomas P Sumrall, MS; Jr.
Harper, Eric C Jackson, MS; Jr.
Harper, Pamela F Jackson, MS; So.
Harper, Teri Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
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Harrell, Emma R McComb, MS; So.
Harrell, Eva L Jackson, MS; Jr.
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Harrington, Hope Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Harris, David Meridian, MS; Jr.
Harris, Evon Verona, MS; Sr.
Harris, Isaac D Ocean Springs, MS; Sr
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Harris, Mike Hattiesburg, MS; Fr
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Harter, Phyllis A Long Beach, MS; So
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Harvey, John Long Beach, MS; Sr
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Harvey, Randy K Mendenhall, MS; Jr
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Harwell, Tracy Hattiesburg, MS; So
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Hatcher, Michael T Lucedale, MS; Sr
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Hayes, Linda A Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Heltz, Kevin P Reserve, LA; So.
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Henderson, Laura A Richton, MS; Sr.
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Henley, Daniel Jackson, MS; Sr.
Henry, Agnes C Laurel, MS; So.
Henry, John D Pensacola, MS; Sr.
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Henry, T. Kreg Philadelphia, MS; So.
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Herring, Bobby H Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
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Herring, Cynthia A Tylertown, MS; Gr.
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Hoffman, Tammy G Meridian, MS; Sr.
Hoggatt, Larry R Brookhaven, MS; Jr.
Hoitt, Jay Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Hoke, Kathryn E Brandon, MS; Jr.
Holcomb, Richard P Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Holder, Dennis E Lumberton, MS; Sr.
Holifield, Jan M Gautier, MS; So.
Holifield, Rhonda K Laurel, MS; Jr.
Holland, Brenda S Lucedale, MS; Sr.
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Hollinghead, Juanita G Leakesville, MS; Sr.
Hollingsworth, Teresa J Runnelstown, MS; Sr.
Holloway, Heather A Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Holloway, Jo L Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Holloway, Rita L Petal, MS; So.
Holloway, Scottye M Mendenhall, MS; Sr.
Holloway, Tammy L Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
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Holman, George R Bolton, MS; Sr.
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Holmes, Louis Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
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Holsomback, Jack A Vicksburg, MS; Gr.
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Hurt, Lisa G Lumberton, MS; Jr.
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Jenkins, Gwendolyn A Ruth, MS; Sr.
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Johnson, Regina Florence, MS; Sr.
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Lane, Susie Moss Point, MS; Sr.
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Malatesta, David E Shelby, MS; Sr.
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Neelley, Nancy A Clinton, MS; So.
Neese, C.W Ft. Walton Beach, FL; So.
Neighbors, Sandy A Ft. Walton Beach, FL; So.
Neill, Sheila C Utica, MS; So.
Nelson, Brenda E Bassfield, MS; Jr.
Nelson, Deborah J Foley, AL; So.
Nelson, Herman E Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Nelson, Regina A Monticello, MS; Sr.
Nettles, Jerry W Fayette, MS; Sr.
Nettles, Theresa V Moss Point, MS; Sr.
Netto, Harold G Bay St. Louis, MS; Jr.
Newcomb, Ben C Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Newcomb, Honey Hattiesburg, MS: So.
Newell, Kimberly G Meridian, MS; Gr.
Newman, Chip Natchez, MS; So.
Newman, Debbie L Laurel, MS; Jr.
Newman, Matthew, A Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Newman, Pamela D Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Newman, William R Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Newsom, Mary L Columbia, MS; So.
Newton, Al Jackson, MS; Sr.
Newton, Elaine Yazoo City, MS; So.
Ng, Wayne K Carriere, MS; Sr.
Nicholas, Missy A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Nicholas, Overton R Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Nichols, Michelle L Moss Point, MS; Sr.
Nichols, Vanessa L Jackson, MS; So.
Nicholson, Vicki J Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Nickles, Brenda J Tutwiler, MS; Jr.
Nicovich, Terese Biloxi, MS; So.
Neimeyer, Chuck S McComb, MS; Sr.
Niles, Emily V Meridian, MS; So.
Nixon, Clora J Heidelburg, MS; Sr.
Noble, Stephanie L Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Noblin, Mark T Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Noel, Kathryn E Laurel, MS; Jr.
Nooe, Grant L Jackson, MS; So.
Norberg, Eric Daytona Beach, FL; So.
Nored, Teresa A Waynesboro, MS; Sr.
Norman, Kelly S Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
North, Alex J Gulfport, MS; Jr.
North, Janice C Brandon, MS; Sr.
Northey, Vickey A Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Sr.
Norval, Bobbye J Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Nosser, Sonia L Vicksburg, MS; So.
Nowell, Penny N Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Oakes, David R Carriere, MS; Sr.
Oakes, R. Doug Carriere, MS; Jr.
O'Bannon, Mona F Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
O'Brien, Mitchell C Gautier, MS; So.
O'Connor, Catherine A Meridian, MS; Fr.
O'Connor, Crissy L Long Beach, MS; Sr.
Odom, Charles H Richton, MS; Sr.
Odom, Tara L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Oeschger, Mary L Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Oesterling, David G Oxford, MS; So.
Oglesby, Amy L Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
O'Gwynn, Jackie B Sumrall, MS; So.
Olliff, Bob R Pensacola, FL; Jr.
O'Neal, Michele G Long Beach, MS; Fr.
O'Neal, Sonya 1 Chatom, AL; Jr.
O'Neal, Stephen F Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Opperhauser, Ellen J Brandon, MS; Jr.
O'Quinn, Donald G Purvis, MS; Jr.
O'Quinn, Kenneth E Jackson, MS; So.
Oradat, Lori A Marion, IN; Jr.
Osborne, John E Magnolia, MS; Jr.
Oswald, Rebecca Gautier, MS; Sr.
Oswalt, David R Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Oswalt, James R Jackson, MS; So.
Ott, Nelson T Osyka, MS; Sr.
Ousley, Sandra D Vaughns, MS; So.
Overby, Thelma A Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Overland, Jennifer Ellisville, MS; Jr.
Overstreet, Joe V Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Overstreet, Tammy R McHenry, MS; Sr.
Owen, Jerry W Richland. MS; Jr.
Owens, David E Hernando, MS; Sr.
Pace, Lauri E Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Pace, Stephen M Pensacola, FL; Sr.
Pace, Suzanne L Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Pace, Tracy A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Pachel, Claudia A Wiggins, MS; Sr.
Page, Richard B Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Page, Steven T Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Palhang, Khosrow Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Palmerton, Diana L Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
Pancratz, Frank A Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Pandey, Santosha N Vicksburg, MS; Gr.
Papa, Anthony T Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Pardee, Charles C St. Petersburg, FL; Sr.
Parish, Greg E Laurel, MS; So.
Parkel, Charles Brandon, MS; Sr.
Parkel, Susan M Brandon, MS; So.
Parker, Ashley K Jackson, MS; Jr.
Parker, Dexter Louin, MS; Jr.
Parker, Mary A Pass Christian, MS; So.
Parler, Monjsa L McHenry, MS; Sr.
Parker, Rhonda G Meridian, MS; Jr.
Parker, Robert D Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Parker, Tricia G Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Parkes, Belinda J Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Parks, Robert J Jackson, MS; Sr.
Parks, Terri L Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Jr.
Parsons, Levada R Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Parsons, Neville P Kodack, AK; Sr.
Parvin, Cynthia J Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Pate, Larry Lexington, MS; Sr.
Pate, Robert M Jackson, MS; Sr.
Patel, Bharat N Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Patrick, Carol A Buckatunna, MS; Sr.
Patrick, Joy M Woodville, MS; So.
Patrick, Thomas W Citronelle, AL; Fr.
Patten, Caroline E Laurel, MS; So.
Patten, Scott Laurel, MS; So.
Patterson, Jill D Jackson, MS; Jr.
Patterson, John M Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Patterson, Leslie A Jackson, MS; Jr.
Pattison, Adele Meridian, MS; Sr.
Patton, Cindy L Flowood, MS; Jr.
Patton, Katheryn R Tupelo, MS; Jr.
Paul, Kelly S Bay St. Louis, MS; Jr.
Paulk, Jacquelyn Summit, MS; Fr.
Pawlak, Kent D Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Payne, Julia J Bay St. Louis, MS; Sr.
Payne, Tammy L Jackson, MS; Sr.
Payton, Joyce E Bay Springs, MS; Jr.
Payton, Stella R Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Peacock, Lawrence A Bay Minette, AL; Sr.
Peacock, Sherry V Pearl, MS; Jr.
Peacock, Vernon D Jackson, MS; Fr.
Pearman, Ronald L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Pearson, Charles P Louisville, MS; Sr.
Peavey, Tony E Jayess, MS; Jr.
Pendleton, Bridgeet K Mobile, AL; Fr.
Pennebaker, David M Slidell, AL; Jr.
Penton, Bruce D McNeill, MS; Jr.
Penton, Carla S Carriere, MS; Sr.
Pereira, Carol V Calabozo, Venezuela; Fr.
Perez, Eugenio H Maracolbo, Venezuela; So.
Perkins, Janice E Pensacola, FL; Fr.
Perritt, Bennie L Quitman, MS; Fr.
Perry, David M Elizabethtown, PA; Fr.
Perry, James L Theodore, AL; Sr.
Perry, Lee A Jackson, MS; Fr.
Perusse, Angela M Grapevine, TX; Fr.
Peterson, Jeri J Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Petro, Penny A Gulfport, MS; Fr.
Peyton, John S Hernando, MS; So.
Phan, Huong T Pearl, MS; Sr.
Phelps, Charles E McComb, MS; Fr.
Phelps, Steve C Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Philio, Robin L Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Phillips, Alesia A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Phillips, Anita Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Phillips, Brenda C Madison, MS; Fr.
Phillips, Hank H Crestview, FL; So.
Phillips, Jim Crawford, MS; Sr.
Phillips, John A Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Phillips, Kathy M Jackson, MS; Sr.
Phillips, Marilyn J Tinker AFB, OK; Jr.
Phillips, Mary L Bay Springs, MS; Sr.
Phillips, Robin L Louin, MS; Sr.
Phillips, Stephen A Jackson, MS; Fr.
Philpot, Robert J Madison, MS; Sr.
Pic, Karin A Metairie, LA; So.
Pickering, Pam E New Orleans, LA; Fr.
Pickering, J. David Laurel, MS; Sr.
Picolo, Donald K Gulfport, MS; Fr.
Pierce, Letitia R Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Piko, Ellis A Long Beach, MS; Fr.
Pillman, Beverly Utica, MS; Jr.
Pincero, Edward R Carriere, MS; Fr.
Pinson, Elizabeth A Jackson, MS; Sr.
Pisarich, Thomas W Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Pitalo, Marion G Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Pittman, Erin A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Pittman, Ginny Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Pittman, Gisele M Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Pittman, Jean C Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Pittman, Jerry D Waynesboro, MS; Sr.
Pittman, Sherry L Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Pittman, Vincton B Sandy Hook, MS; So.
Pittman, Win Brandon, MS; Sr.
Pledger, Linda K Butler, AL; Jr.
Poellnitz, Michael A Mobile. AL; So.
Poirrier, Joseph A Gulfport, MS; So.
Polk, James E Hattiesburg, MS; Fr
Polk, Ray H Jackson, MS; Jr.
Polk, Sammy G Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Pollio, Louis F Pass Christian, MS; Jr.
Ponder, Malinda A Jackson, MS; Sr.
Ponder, Toni E Mendenhall. MS; Jr.
Poole, Charlotte R Collinsville, MS; So.
Poole, Gloria A Gloster, MS; Jr.
Pope, Angela D Wiesbaden, Germany; Fr.
Pope, Bonnie J Angie, LA; Fr.
Pope, Karen L Jackson, MS; Fr.
Pope, Kimberly A Laurel, MS; Fr.
Porter, Kristi K Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Porter, Louise Jackson, MS; So.
Portis, Barbara J Lumberton, MS; Fr.
Portocarrero, Enrique F Quitman, MS; Sr.
Posey, Bart L Indianola, MS; Sr.
Posey, Stella L Forest, MS; Jr.
Potter, Tekla C Gulfport, MS; So.
Potts, Dawn E Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Potwin, Mary W Jackson, MS; Jr.
Poutler, Rick W Sand Springs, OK; Gr.
Powe, Billy L Tylertown, MS; Jr.
Powe, Jeffry R Laurel, MS; Fr.
Powell, Bessie Jackson, MS; So.
Powell, Ray A Foxworth, MS; Jr.
Powell, Sharon D Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Powell, Valerie D Yazoo City, MS; Fr.
Powell, William E Beaumont, MS; Sr.
Powers, Lennie T Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Powers, Thomas D Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Pratt, Sharon E Roach, MO; Sr.
Presley, Lanie C Rolling Fork, MS; Gr.
Prevost, Pierre M New Orleans, LA; So.
Prewitt, Thomas O Clinton, MS; Sr.
Price, Amy S Summit, MS; Jr.
Price, Bobby B Pensacola, FL; So.
Price, Gary W Foxworth, MS; Sr.
Price, Gregory A Foxworth, MS; Sr.
Price, Michael E Gautier, MS; Sr.
Price, Thomas D Brandon, MS; Sr.
Prichard, Chelye E Picayune, MS; Fr.
Prichard, Jeffrey W Picayune, MS; So.
Pridgen, Tammy R Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Prince, James M Natchez, MS; Fr.
Probst, Charles E Ellisville, MS; So.
Pryor, Susan R Laurel, MS; So.
Pryor, Suzanne Laurel, MS; Jr.
Pudas, Rachel J Magee, MS; Jr.
Pugh, Edward E Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Pulley, Landon E Laurel, MS; Jr.
Purer, Ronda K Lynn Haven, FL; Jr.
Pursell, Cynthia A Jackson, MS; Jr.
Purser, M. Vicky Picayune, MS; Jr.
Purvis, Johnny M Wiggins, MS; Sr.
Purvis, Karen F Ellisville, MS; Jr.
Putman, Yvonne McComb, MS; Sr.
Quarles, Susan L Tuscaloosa, AL; Fr.
Quave, Edwin J Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Quinnelly, William H Purvis, MS; Jr.
Rachuba, Keith W Pass Christian, MS; Sr.
Rader, Teresa A Jackson, MS; So.
Ragsdale, Russell H Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Rahim, Latifah Melaka, Malaysia; So.
Raiford, Phillip T Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Raines, Lena K Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Sr.
Rainey, Alice R Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Rainey, Keith B Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Rains, Angie Tupelo, MS; Sr.
Rains, Charles E Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Ramsay, Charles S Mt. Olive, MS; Fr.
Ramsey, Michael W Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Ramshur, Tommy D Lucedale, MS; Jr.
Randall, Barbara A Lucedale, MS; Fr.
Randle, Phyllis Lexington, MS; Sr.
Rankin, Ann E Jackson, MS; So.
Ransom, Ginny Natchez, MS; Gr.
Raphael, Mark E Jackson, MS; Sr.
Ratcliff, Peggy J Monticello, MS; Jr.
Ratcliff, Wilroy Laurel, MS; Sr.
Rath, Sonya T Gautier, MS; Jr.
Rather, Shelia L Edwards, MS; Jr.
Ratliff, Jacalyn L Picayune, MS; Sr.
Ratliff, Robin G Jackson, MS, Jr.
Rawls, Anita M Fairhope, AL; Sr.
Rawls, John R Laurel, MS; So.
Rawls, Libby Laurel, MS; Jr.
Rawls, Melissa L Summit, MS; Fr.
Rawls, Tonya D Magnolia, MS; Jr.
Rayburn, Mark R Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Raybourn, Regina K Sumrall, MS; Fr.
Raybon, Roger L Pearl, MS; Sr.
Rayford, Lucille M Carthage, MS; So.
Raymond, William A Gainesville, FL, Jr.
Read, K. Marie Bay Springs, MS; Jr.
Redd, L. Lorraine Laurel, MS; Sr.
Reddt, Katpally S Hattiesburg, MS; Gr.
Reddy, Sunic K Hyderabad, India; Gr.
Redman, Dwayne E Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Reed, Charles L Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Reed, Cheryl F Shubuta. MS; Sr.
Reed, Elizabeth K Fulton. MS; Fr.
Reed, Mary A Silver City, MS; Jr.
Reed, Raymond M Louisville, MS; Sr.
Reeder, Debbie E Natchez, MS; Fr.
Reedy, Paul H Tupelo, MS; Sr.
Reese, Bruce E Mobile, AL; So.
Reese, June L Shubuta, MS; Sr.
Reeve, James C Mt. Olive, MS; Jr.
Reeves, Cecile Monticello, MS; Jr.
Reeves, David Monticello, MS; Sr.
Reeves, Greg A Smithdale. MS; Sr.
Reeves, Mitchell G Lucedale, MS; Jr.
Reeves, Robin J Mobile, AL; Sr.
Register, Sandra L Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Reid, Connie M Jackson, MS; Fr.
Reid, Darla D Clinton, MS; Sr.
Reid, James W Laurel, MS; Jr.
Reid, Sara J Laurel, MS; So
Reiling, Barbara A Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Reinerta, Kevin C Metairie, LA; Fr.
Rembert, Penny McComb, MS; Jr.
Remich, Janet M Pensacola, FL; So.
Renfroe, Channon L Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Rennick, Eddy Greenville, MS; So.
Rester, Paul A Bougalusa, LA; Fr.
Retting, Gayle S Gulfport, MS; So.
Ruben, Denise Pelahatchie, MS; Fr.
Reves, Lisa K Jackson, MS; Jr.
Rey, Timothy S Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Reynolds, James B Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Reynolds, Robin L Pearl, MS; Fr.
Reynolds, Theodore V Magnolia, MS; Sr.
Reynolds, Tommy L Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Reynolds, William D Laurel, MS; So.
Rhoden, Shelly J Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Rhodes, Phyllis R Pelahatchie, MS; Jr.
Rhodes, Yolanda F Jackson, MS; Fr.
Rhymes, David W Monticello, MS; Fr.
Rhymes, Lisa K Hazlehurst, MS; Sr.
Rias, Jimmie L Greenwood, MS; Fr.
Rice, Angela D Meridian, MS; Fr.
Rice, Robert K Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Rich, Jan L Mobile, AL; Fr.
Rich, William A Columbus, MS; Jr.
Richard, Vessie L Picayune, MS; Sr.
Richards, Allison Ft Walton Beach, FL; So.
Richards, Fred R Bessemer, AL; Sr.
Richards, James M Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
Richards, Mary E Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Richardson, David L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Richardson, Eric B Birmingham, AL; So.
Richardson, Kathy A Union, MS; Jr.
Richardson, Leisa L Union, MS; Sr.
Richardson, Milton C Gautier, MS; Sr.
Richaud, Clayton M Pass Christian, MS; So.
Richey, Betty J Waynesboro, MS; Sr.
Ricks, Susan E Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Ricks, Valerie A Crystal Springs, MS; Jr.
Ridge, Leo J Lumberton, MS; Jr.
Rideout, Rena M Columbia, MS; Gr.
Ridley, Janice D Summit, MS; Jr.
Riebock, Scott T Brookhaven, MS; So.
Riede, Kathlinda Florence, MS; Sr.
Riley, Bettye J Meridian, MS; So.
Riley, Debra R Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Riley, Ellen L Saraland, AL; Gr.
Riley, K. Alyce Natchez, MS; Fr.
Riley, Kelly M Gulfport, MS; So.
Riley, Mike J Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Rinehart, Robert S Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Risher, Christopher A Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Sr.
Risher, Joy D Forrest, MS; Sr.
Risher, Judy G Forest, MS; Jr.
Risinger, Ferron W Carriere, MS; Fr.
Risk, Don O Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Risk, Keith J Ocean Springs, MS; Fr.
Rivas, Manuel A Constanza, Dominican Republic; Jr.
Rivas, Miguel A Guatemala, Gautemala; So.
Rivers, Caesar F Mobile, AL; So.
Robbins, Steve M Mobile, AL; Fr.
Roberson, David A Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Roberson, Jerry W Meridian, MS; Sr.
Roberson, John B Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Roberts, Amelita S Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Roberts, Jerry B Pearl, MS; So.
Roberts, Lori L Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Roberts, Sally M Semmes, AL; Sr.
Roberts, Tammy M Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Robertson, Beverly J Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Robertson, Eric W Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Robichaux, Jane V Pascagoula, MS; So.
Robinson, Cecilia A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Robinson, Charles K Taylorsville, MS; Jr.
Robinson, Deidre D Biloxi, MS; So.
Robinson, Earl D Marks, MS; Fr.
Robinson, Jill Rose Hill, MS; So.
Robinson, Marvin New Orleans, LA; Gr.
Robinson, Monica M Winstonville, MS; Sr.
Robinson, Sondra B Brookhaven, MS; Jr.
Robinson, Susan L Brookhaven, MS; Fr.
Robinson, Tracy D Laurel, MS; Jr.
Robinson, Vivian L McLain, MS; Fr.
Robinson, Lisa A Greenville, MS; Fr.
Roden, Susan A Greenville, MS; Sr.
Rodgers, Sherrie L Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Rodgers, Terry K Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Rodgers, Varsby J Durant. MS; So.
Rodriguez, Mijanou Bossier City, LA; So.
Roebuck, Lisa R Vancleave, MS; Fr.
Roediger, Gary L Shelby, MO; Sr.
Rogers, Angela L Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Rogers, Carol R Perkinston, MS; Jr.
Rogers, David A New Orleans, LA; Jr.
Rogers, Glendia E State Line, MS; Jr.
Rogers, June A Biloxi, MS; So.
Rogers, Kimberly A Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Rogers, Melloanie R Liberty, MS; Sr.
Rogers, Mickey L Morton, MS; Sr.
Rogers, Paul H Prentiss, MS; Fr.
Rogers, Tom C Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Rogers, William G Seminary, MS; Jr.
Rojas, Jose A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Rollins, Sherry Brookhaven, MS; Fr.
Rooke, Cornelia R Vicksburg, MS; So.
Rose, W. Ronald Foley, AL; Jr.
Roseberry, Rachel E Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Ross, Bobby Columbus, MS; Jr.
Ross, Rebecca R Jackson, MS; So.
Ross, Thomas L Tehula, MS; So.
Ross, Willie A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Rosse, Vincent K Columbus, GA; Sr.
Roth, Susan L Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Roualet, Anita T Jackson, MS; Jr.
Rouse, Robert E Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Rowell, Tresa L Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Royal, Ellen B Gautier, MS; Sr.
Ruble, John H Gulfport, MS; So.
Ruffin, Peggy Bay Springs, MS; Sr.
Ruffin, Roginia M Meridian, MS; Fr.
Runnels, Ronnie G Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Ruppel, Rosalind K Lockport, IL; Gr.
Rush, Mary A Leakesville, MS; Fr.
Rush, Michael R Brandon, MS; Jr.
Rushing, Elayne Meridian, MS; So.
Rushing, Robin Meridian, MS; Sr.
Russell, Franklin D Laurel, MS; Sr.
Russell, Jackie L Sumrall, MS; Sr.
Russell, John M Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Russell, John W Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Russell, JoNelle M Monticello, MS; Sr.
Russell, Lauree L Scottsbluff, NE; Sr.
Russell, Robyn E Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Russell, Roddy A Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Russell, Ronald E Hebron, MS; Sr.
Rutherford, Linda K Ellisville, MS; Sr.
Rutherford, Terri L Hickory Flat, MS; Sr.
Rutherford, Donna R Biloxi, MS; So.
Rutland, Lady S Moon Lake, MS; Jr.
Ryan, Jeffrey L Ocean Springs, MS; So.
Ryan, R. Lynn Meridian, MS; Sr.
Sackman, Michael D Seminole, FL; Sr.
Sadler, Shanti S Wiggins, MS; Jr.
Safigan, Sandra M Clinton, MS; Sr.
Saintsing, Kathryn N Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Salvaggio, Sherri Columbus, MS; So.
Sarnies, Jerry Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Samson, Thomas L Meridian, CT; Sr.
Sanchez, Oscar Caracas, Venezuela; Sr.
Sanders, Brenda D Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Sanders, Butch J McComb, MS; So.
Sanders, Darlene D Natchez, MS; Fr.
Sanders, David A Southaven, MS; Jr.
Sanders, Ginny L Pearl, MS; Sr.
Sanders, Jim Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Sandiford, Stephanie V Pensacola, FL; Fr.
Sanford, Glenda A Columbia, MS; Jr.
Sanford, Paula M Gulfport, MS; Gr.
Sandidge, James R Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Sandidge, Lana Pass Christian, MS; Sr.
Sandifer, Elizabeth E Pass Christian, MS; So.
Sanford, Karen T Prentiss, MS; Jr.
Sangvinetti, David B Natchez, MS; So.
Santobianco, John G Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Sargent, Keith A Corinth, MS; So.
Sartin, Lori J Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
Satcher, Donna D Shubuta, MS; Jr.
Satcher, Felesha A Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Saucier, Cheryl L Pearl River, LA; Fr.
Saulters, Paige A Madison, MS; So.
Saunders, Ardeth L Gautier, MS; Jr.
Saxon, Sandra F Monticello, MS; Sr.
Saxton, William D Madison, MS; Sr.
Scandone, Michal A Ft. Walton Beach. FL; Jr.
Scheel, Lawrence F Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Scheeler, Marie Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Scheurich, Gordon S Purvis, MS; So.
Schexnayder, David A Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Schexnayder, Peter P Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Jr.
Schexnayder, Tony T Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Fr
Schisler, Nancy L Jackson, MS; Jr.
Schloegel, Melissa J Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Schlosser, Scott M Biloxi, MS; Sr
Schmidt, Donna M Morganton, NC; Jr.
Schmidt, Thomas C Pass Christian, MS; Sr.
Schneider, Richard E Jackson, MS; Jr.
Schrink, John S Gautier, MS; Sr
Schroeder, Karen E Gulfport, MS; So.
Schroeder, Peggy M Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Jr.
Schuler, Terri A Jackson, MS; Sr
Schultheis, Lori M Belle Chasse, LA; Sr.
Schwarzauer, Mary K Silver Creek, MS; Jr.
Schwarzauer, Suzanne R Silver Creek, MS; Jr.
Schwitters, Mitchell E Long Beach, MS; So.
Scianna, Danita L Bay St. Louis, MS; Sr.
Scifres, Vivian R Jackson, MS; So.
Sclafani, Joel F Bay St. Louis, MS; So.
Scoggins, Lori J Laurel, MS; Sr.
Scott, Amanda A Pensacola, FL; Fr.
Scott, Daniel L Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Scott, David Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Scott, Johnny O Magnolia, MS; Jr.
Scott, Steve T Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Scott, William M Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Jr.
Scott, Wilmetta V Natchez, MS; Jr.
Seal, Christine A Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Seal, Sara L Union, MS; Sr.
Seale, Cynthia M Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Seale, Richard H Petal, MS; Jr
Seale, Roberta D Natchez, MS; Sr.
Seals, Mark A Summit, MS; Jr.
Seals, Robert L Laurel, MS; So.
Seaton, Sheryl A Biloxi, MS; So.
Seibert, Todd W Long Beach, MS; Sr.
Sellers, Connie Brooklyn, MS; Jr.
Sellers, David M Quitman, MS; Sr.
Scranage, Sharon L Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Selman, Robert D Crystal Springs, MS; Sr.
Semski, E. Marian Biloxi, MS; So.
Senior, Xiomer G Ponto Figo, Venezuela; Fr.
Serpas, Gwen L Purvis, MS; Fr.
Seymour, Clinton M Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Shackelford, Lisa M Meridian, MS; So.
Shaffer, Norma Yazoo City, MS; So.
Shannon, Julie A Natchez, MS; Sr.
Sharak, Kenneth C Wesson, MS; Sr.
Sharp, Sissy Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Sharpe, Teresa J Mobile, AL; Sr.
Shaw, Erin L Brandon, MS; Fr.
Shaw, Kathleen E Vicksburg, MS; So.
Shaw, Paul D Clarksdale, MS; Jr.
Shearer, John W Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Sheller, Rick L New Orleans, LA; Sr.
Shelton, Sharon L Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Sheppard, Regina L Louisville, MS; Jr.
Sherer, Carman F Clinton, MS; Fr.
Shields, Ladonna A Pascagoula, MS; Fr.
Shoemake, Melanie L Collins, MS; Jr.
Shoemake, Melissa N Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Shoemake, Sandra J Runnelstown, MS; Sr.
Shoemaker, Deanna J Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Shoemaker, Greg W Lake, MS; Jr.
Shoemaker, Sonya P Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Shore, Paul D Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Short, Holly J Meridian, MS; Jr.
Shows, Rebecca D Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Shroyer, Lisa D Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Shuman, John B Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Shumate, Amy E Foley, AL; So.
Shuttleworth, Chad Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Sibley, Cindy M Long Beach, MS; Sr.
Sibley, Tina C Morgantown, MS; Sr.
Simmons, Angela R Columbia, MS; Fr.
Simmons, Bethany A Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Simmons, Cindy R St. Francisville, LA; So.
Simmons, Charissa L New Orleans, LA; Sr.
Simmons, Laurie K Laurel, MS; Jr.
Simmons, Sandy K Tylertown, MS; Jr.
Simmons, Steve Jackson, MS; Jr.
Simmons, Wronal Q Columbia, MS; So.
Simons, Edward A Biloxi, MS; So.
Simpson, Cynthia L Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Simpson, Debra A Mobile, AL; So.
Sims, Allen B Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Sims, Dianna M Carriere, MS; Fr.
Sims, Kathleen D Carriere, MS; So.
Sims, Mary L Louin, MS; Jr.
Sims, Randy Soso, MS; Sr.
Sims, Teresa M Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Sims, Zoe A Richton, MS; Jr.
Singleton, Cheryl A Tylertown, MS; Jr.
Sinopoli, Marian A Gulfport, MS; Fr.
Sisk, James W Jackson, MS; Sr.
Sisson, Kathy L Meridian, MS; Jr.
Sison, Michael J Saucier, MS; So.
Sisson, Catherine G Columbus, MS; So.
Sisson, Jim L Columbus, MS; Jr.
Sivira, Alex V Caracas, Venezuela; Sr.
Sixkiller, KellyJo A Slidell, LA; Fr.
Skinner, Ricky C Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Skinner, Timothy D Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Skinner, Sharon A Pensacola, FL; Sr.
Skipper, Jerry D Madison, MS; So.
Skrmetta, Georgia G Meridian, MS; Fr.
Slack, Pat Mobile, AL; So.
Slade, Jeffrey W Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Slater, Roderick B Mobile, AL; Fr.
Slaven, Leigh A Picayune, MS; Jr.
Slemaker, Michael L McComb, MS; Sr.
Sligh, James R Natchez, MS; Fr.
Sliman, Angela M Ocean Springs, MS; So.
Sloan, H. Franklin Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Smartt, Cindy S Signal Mountain, TN; Gr.
Smilek, Gregory R Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Smilek, Kimberly A Biloxi, MS; Gr.
Smith, Angela E Sand Hill, MS; Sr.
Smith, Barbara L Tylertown, MS; Jr.
Smith, Becky K Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Smith, Brenda D Lillian, AL; So.
Smith, Brenda K Leakesville, MS; Jr.
Smith, Brian H Summit, MS; Fr.
Smith, Bruce H Merritt. FL; Gr.
Smith, Carol B Poplarville, MS; Jr.
Smith, Carol R Jackson, MS; Fr.
Smith, Catherine A Pearlington, MS; Jr.
Smith, Catherine J Purvis, MS; So.
Smith, Cedric J Picayune, MS; So.
Smith, Cedric McComb, MS; Fr.
Smith, Constance P Carthage, MS; Jr.
Smith, Craig D Jackson, MS; Sr.
Smith, Cynthia S Brookhaven, MS; Jr.
Smith, D. Kay Little Rock, AR; Jr.
Smith, Deborah A Collins, MS; Jr.
Smith, Donna J Mt. Olive, MS; Jr.
Smith, Ernie H Woodville, MS; Gr.
Smith, Gwendolyn Hazlehurst, MS; Jr.
Smith, Henrietta Tylertown, MS; Jr.
Smith, Ivory Moss Point, MS; Sr.
Smith, Jeffrey L Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
Smith, Jimmie S Wiggins, MS; Sr.
Smith, Joanne R Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Smith, K. Angela Ellisville, MS; Jr.
Smith, Kelly J Northport, AL; So.
Smith, Kim A Long Beach, MS; So.
Smith, Kimberly A Brandon, MS; Sr.
Smith, Kristy Carole Mary Ester, FL; Sr.
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Smith, Leslie R Birmingham, AL; Sr.
Smith, Lynda B Vancleave, MS; Jr.
Smith, Mary J Collins, MS; Jr.
Smith, Matt E Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Smith, Milton A Jackson, MS; So.
Smith, Nancy E Brookhaven, MS; Jr.
Smith, Nancy S Yazoo City, MS; Fr.
Smith, Pamela J Escatawpa, MS; Jr.
Smith, Pamela M Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Smith, Patti A Meridian, MS; Jr.
Smith, Paul D Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Smith, Peggy L Woodville, MS; So.
Smith, Rachel A Laurel, MS; Jr.
Smith, Randy Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Smith, Rita D Raymond, MS; Jr.
Smith, Sandra L Meridian, MS; Jr.
Smith, Sandy Brandon, MS; Jr.
Smith, Selena C Vicksburg, MS; So.
Smith, Sheila M Magee, MS; So.
Smith, Shelby M Guntown, MS; Jr.
Smith, Sheri M Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Smith, Stacey L Brandon, MS; Sr.
Smith, Stacey P Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Smith, Stan K Gulfport, MS; So.
Smith, Steven H Madison, MS; So.
Smith, Subrina Crystal Springs, MS; Fr.
Smith, Taiter H Milton, FL; Fr.
Smith, Tammy M Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
Smith, Tracy A Gulfport, MS; Fr.
Smith, William T Crystal Springs, MS; Sr.
Smithie, Julie C Ocean Springs, MS; Fr.
Snell, Bob J Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Snow, Alana L Brandon, MS; Sr.
Snowden, Cindy M Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Snyder, Sheila Y Jackson, MS; So.
Sondermeyer, Carla A Meridian, MS; Sr.
Sones, Anthony W Bay St. Louis, MS; Sr.
Soneson, Sally K Columbia, MS; So.
Sonnier, John S Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Sorey, Laura Pearl, MS; Jr.
Sorrell, Barbara L Rienzi, MS; Sr.
Sory, Deanne L Germantown, TN; Jr.
Sowell, Joseph K Lucedale, MS; Jr.
Spalding, Margret B Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Spann, Eddie L Clinton, MS; Jr.
Sparks, Carla A Magee, MS; Jr.
Sparks, K. Paige Meridian, MS; Sr.
Spears, Lisa C Pearl, MS; So.
Spears, Francis A Florence, MS; Sr.
Spears, Milton L Jackson, MS; Sr.
Speed, Daniel G Waynesboro, MS; Sr.
Speights, Sharon V Prentiss, MS; Jr.
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Spencer, M. Melissa Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Sperier, Lori A p aS s Christian, MS; Sr.
Spinney, Mark E Madison, MS; So.
Stafford, Randall S Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Stalnaker, Michael R Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Stallings, David Crawford, MS; Fr.
Stamps, LaMarcus N Cleveland, MS; Fr.
Stamps, Tracy Prentiss, MS; So.
Standberry, Shirley A Magnolia, MS; Fr.
Stanford, Keith J Grenada, MS; Sr.
Stanford, William L Clinton, MS; So.
Stark, Michelle F Oxford, MS; So.
Starks, Eugene A Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Staten, Janet G New Albany, MS; Jr.
Staton, Edward E Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Stedman, James K Pensacola, FL; Fr.
Steed, Trimellia L Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Steelman, Lawrence E Ocean Springs, MS; So.
Steen, Cathy F Brandon, MS; Fr.
Steen, M. Diana Edmond, OK; So.
Steen, Nancy E Jackson, MS; Sr.
Stegall, John R Lucedale, MS; So.
Steinbruck, Beth A Long Beach, MS; So.
Stephens, Gregory B Florence, MS; Fr.
Stephens, Jan M Gautier, MS; So.
Stephens, Karyn J Meridian, MS; Sr.
Stephens, Lynn D Long Beach, MS; So.
Stephens, Michael D Pearl, MS; Jr.
Stephens, Randy Clinton, MS; Sr.
Stephens, Robin T Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Stephenson, Amy C State Line, MS; Jr.
Stephenson, Julie A Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Stephenson, Mary L Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Stepko, David G Hattiesburg, MS; Fr
Stevens, Christine M Lucedale, MS; Sr.
Stevens, Karla A Hammond, LA; So.
Stevenson, Fairest T Pearl, MS; Jr.
Stevenson, John L Pearl, MS; Jr.
Steward, Michael F Markham, IL; So.
Stewart, Alan Murfreesboro, AR; Gr.
Stewart, Benita K Isola, MS; Jr.
Stewart, Cindy G Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Stewart, Dicey Wesson, MS; Jr.
Stewart, Ellen M Perkinston, MS; Sr.
Stewart, Feleta A Quitman, MS; Sr.
Stewart, George R Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Stewart, Kyle D Perkinston, MS; Jr.
Stewart, Marvin G Perkinston, MS; Jr.
Stewart, Paula Meridian, MS; So.
Stewart, Sheila V Jackson, MS; Sr.
Stiffler, Sara J Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Stiglets, Jamey Jackson, MS; Sr.
Stock. Mary R Ft. Walton Beach, FL; Fr.
Stockman, Carol M Jackson, MS; Sr.
Stockstill, C. Michele Picayune. MS; Jr.
Stockstill, Kevin C Picayune. MS; So.
Stoelzel, Richard P Auburn. NY; Sr.
Stokes, Bobby V Pensacola, FL; Fr.
Stokes, Brenda Natchez, MS; Jr.
Stokes. Terry C Preston, MS; Jr.
Stone, Robert T Oakridge, TN; So.
Story, William P Jugfork. MS; Sr.
Stotland, Lisa J Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Stotland, Stephanie A Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Stott, Carol L Meridian, MS; Jr.
Stowers, Anne B Natchez, MS; Jr.
Strain, Alison D Clinton, MS; Jr.
Straub, Maria A Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Strawn, Delia D Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
Strehle, Harold T Bay St. Louis, MS; So.
Stribling, Andrea L Clinton, MS; Fr.
Strickland, Kenton A Waynesboro, MS; Sr.
Strickland, Shawn M Columbia, MS; Sr.
Strickland, Sheila L Forest, MS; Sr.
Strickland, Steve T Meridian, MS; So.
Strickland, Sylvia L Wiggins, MS; Sr.
Strickler, Beverly J Pascagoula, MS; Fr.
Strimel, Anastasia Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Stringfield, Alison J Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Strong, Betty M West Point, MS; Jr.
Strong, Mary B Birmingham, AL; So.
Stroud, Kenneth W Carson City, NV; Jr.
Stuart, John W Gulfport, MS; So.
Stuart, Lester L Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
Stuart, Newton W Walnut Grove, MS; Jr.
Stubblefield, J. Martin Frankfort, KY; So.
Sturgeon, Ace Austin, TX; Sr.
Sturgeon, John R Killeen, TX; Jr.
Sturgeon, Yvette Woodville, MS; Jr.
Sturtz, Robert I Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Styron, J. Lynn Magee, MS; So.
Sullivan, Becky L Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Sullivan, Gary L Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Sullivan, Geoffrey H Magee, MS; Jr.
Sullivan, Hart F Jackson, MS; Sr.
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Sullivan, John M Hattiesburg, MS; Gr.
Sullivan, Karen R Sumrall, MS; Jr.
Sullivan, Mark Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
Sullivan, Rebecca J Mt. Olive, MS; Jr.
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Sumlin, Pamela J Pensacola, FL; Fr.
Summersell, Leah T Mobile, AL; So.
Sumrall, Gregory W Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Sumrall, Natalie J Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Suse, Cherie D Brandon, MS; So.
Sutton, Denese D Pearl, MS; Jr.
Sutton, Ellis A Brandon, MS; Jr.
Sutton, Ricky D Pearl, MS; Sr.
Swank, Lisa J Lake Jeur, FL; Sr.
Swett, Lynn L Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
Swider, Ramona P Pass Christian, MS; Sr.
Sykes, David S New Orleans, LA; Sr.
Sykes, Michele H Long Beach, MS; Jr.
Taake, Carolyn A Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Tadlock, Joyce E Jackson, MS; Jr.
Takas, Terry W Gautier, MS; Sr.
Tallarico, Darlene Gloster, MS; Jr.
Tally, Phil H Raleigh, MS; Sr.
Tannehill, Susan D Jackson, MS; Sr.
Tanner, Darvin R Lucedale, MS; Sr.
Tanner, Oscar Hazlehurst, MS; Fr.
Tanner, Royce A Hazlehurst, MS; Sr.
Tapp, Dawn L Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Tardy, Lori J Carriere, MS; So.
Tarnabine, Carolyn G Vicksburg, MS; So.
Tarver, Sonda F Brookhaven, MS; Sr.
Tate, George W Long Beach, MS; Fr.
Tate, Jana M Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Tate, Jimmy L McComb, MS; Fr.
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Taylor, Betty R Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
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Taylor, Dennis Crystal Springs, MS; Jr.
Taylor, Dorothy D Fairhope, AL; So.
Taylor, Elizabeth A Gulfport, MS; Jr.
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Taylor, Jennifer R Liberty, MS; So.
Taylor, Kim A Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
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Taylor, Marcella E Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Taylor, Melissa Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Taylor, Miranda Tylertown, MS; So.
Taylor, Sandra D Natchez, MS; Jr.
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Taylor, Theresa L Slidell, LA; So.
Taylor, Trace L Ocean Springs, MS; Fr.
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Teel, Barbara E Brandon, MS; Sr.
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Terrell, Cindy Collins, MS; Sr.
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Thames, Linda A Forest, MS; Jr.
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Wheeless, Harlea, N Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Whetstone, David A Pensacola, FL; Jr.
Whiddon, John Laren Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Whinery, Bruce H Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Whitaker, Sandy K Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
White, Carmen A Picayune, MS; So.
White, Elizabeth Ft. Sheridan, IL; Fr.
White, Keith L Biloxi, MS; Fr.
White, Kevin E Pascagoula, MS; Sr.
White, Robin C Gulfport, MS; So.
White, Sheri L Brandon, MS; Fr.
Whitehead, Chuck Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
Whitfield, Ginny Picayune, MS; Jr.
Whitlock, Brenda M Pensacola, FL; Fr.
Whitney, William E Gulfport, MS; So.
Whittemore, Mary E Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Wichert, Andrew C Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Wieck, Tina M Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Wildee, Senobia F Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Wiley, Bobby Picayune, MS; So.
Wiley, Sandra E Clarksdale, MS; Sr.
Wilkerson, Frederick L Bay St. Louis, MS; Fr.
Wilkerson, Pies Jackson, MS; So.
Wilkinson, Leslie L Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Wilks, Janice M Foxworth, MS; Fr.
Wilks, Kelly A Utica, MS; Sr.
Williams, Annette E Milton, FL; Fr.
Williams, Charlotte A Hattiesburg, MS; Gr.
Williams, Cindy L Jackson, MS; Sr.
Williams, Darlene R Ocean Springs, MS; Sr.
Williams, Demetra K Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Williams, Fern M Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Williams, Ingrid B Moss Point, MS; Fr.
Williams, James E Meridian, MS; So.
Williams, James R Brookhaven, MS; Jr.
Williams, Jane E Midnight, MS; Fr.
Williams, Jeffery B Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Williams, John W Chalmette, LA; Sr.
Williams, Kelly C Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
Williams, Kymberly K Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Williams, Laurie A Clinton, MS; Jr.
Williams, Mark K Jackson, MS; Sr.
Williams, Patricia L McComb, MS; Fr.
Williams, R. Dale McComb, MS; Jr.
Williams, Ramona L Gulfport, MS; So.
Williams, Renee C Hugo, MN; Fr.
Williams, Robert L Geneva, AL; Fr.
Williams, Robert T Foley, AL; Fr.
Williams, Roderick L Picayune, MS; Fr.
Williams, Ruby L Ocean Springs, MS; So.
Williams, Sandy D Brandon, MS; Jr.
Williams, Sheila A Biloxi, MS; Jr.
Williams, Sheldon T Waynesboro, MS; Sr.
Williams, Terry E Collins, MS; So.
Williams, Tina R Escatawpa, MS; Jr.
Williams, Towana R Florence, MS; Jr.
Williamson, Christine E Jackson, MS; Fr.
Williamson, Donald D Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Williamson, Dorothy M Waynesboro, MS; Jr.
Williamson, Dorothy R Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Williamson, Ginger Mendenhall, MS; Jr.
Williamson, Jana L Brandon, MS; Sr.
Williamson, Ken E Vicksburg, MS; So.
Willis, Kimberly A Biloxi, MS; So.
Willis, Sandra A Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Willis, Scott D Picayune, MS; So.
Willson, Brenda L Covington, LA; So.
Wilson, David D Dallas, TX; So.
Wilson, Janet M Magnolia, MS; Sr.
Wilson, Kay S Laurel, MS; Jr.
Wilson, Leigh A Richton, MS; So.
Wilson, Marvin D Grenada, MS; Jr.
Wilson, Monica F Biloxi, MS; Fr.
Wilson, Shirley A Purvis. MS; Jr.
Wilson, Sidney M Natchez, MS; Jr.
Wiman, Dana M Brandon, MS; So.
Wimberley, Loretta A Pass Christian, MS; Sr.
Windham, C. Denise Bay Springs, MS; Sr.
Windham, Regina K Jackson, MS; Sr.
Winfrey, Tammy K Forrest City, AR; Jr.
Wink, John W Jackson, MS; So.
Winstead, Christopher B Hattiesburg. MS; Fr.
Wintle, Jack Tulsa, OK; Sr.
Wise, Bridget L Picayune, MS; Fr.
Wise, Tammy J Gautier, MS; Fr.
Withers, James C Pearl, MS; Sr.
Wixon. Joy L Pascagoula. MS; So.
Wolfe, Carlin E Hattiesburg, MS; So.
Wolfe, Jesse C Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Wolfe, Peggy D Collins. MS; Fr.
Wolfe, Susan A Pearl. MS; Gr.
Wolfkiel, Greg G Picayune, MS; Sr.
Wolverton, Gary A Starkville, MS; Sr.
Wolverton, S. Joy Pascagoula, MS; Jr.
Wolverton, Steven L Dyricola, MS; So.
Wood, Bettye L Pelahatchie, MS; So.
Wood, Donna L Mobile, AL; So.
Wood, Jo Lynn Meridian, MS; So.
Wood, Kevin D Jackson, MS; Jr.
Wood, Marie C Pascagoula, MS; So.
Wood, Raleigh E Starkville, MS; Jr.
Wood, Richard A Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Woodard, Clemontine R Canton, MS; Fr.
Woodard, Sarah F Lucedale, MS; Jr.
Woodruff, Rhonda F Clinton, MS; Jr.
Woods, David A Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Woods, Natalie Mt. Olive, MS; Sr.
Woods, Thomas E Tupelo, MS; Jr.
Woodyard, Donna J Long Beach, MS; Fr.
Woolsey, John W Mobile, AL; Jr.
Wooten, Kenneth W Gulfport, MS; Sr.
Wooten, Russell D Pearl, MS; Jr.
Worley, Angela L Vicksburg, MS; Jr.
Woulard, Verline State Line, MS; Jr.
Wren, Lori D Clarksdale, MS; Jr.
Wright, Candace D Vicksburg, MS; Fr.
Wright, Frank J Laurel, MS; Jr.
Wright, Kenneth G Meridian, MS; So.
Wright, Rochella Vicksburg, MS; Sr.
Wright, Tracey L Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Wrighter, Linda R Wilmer, AL; Fr.
Wrolstead, Patricia L Gulfport, MS; Fr.
Wyatt, Joseph A Laurel, MS; Jr.
Wyatt, Ricky L Pearl, MS; Sr.
Wyman, Cindy G Hattiesburg, MS; Jr.
Wynn, David C Hattiesburg, MS; Sr.
Yarbrough, Lee B Ocean Springs, MS; So.
Yarbrough, Valerie M Meridian, MS; Jr.
Yates, J. Keith Hattiesburg, MS; Fr.
Yates, Mavis C Lucedale, MS; Sr.
Yates, Tammy C Jackson, MS; So.
Yates, Tommy Union, MS; Jr.
Yearwood, William R Hattiesburg, MS; Gr.
Yelverton, Joey Laurel, MS; Jr.
Yerger, George S Jackson, MS; Jr.
Young, Debra G Biloxi, MS; Sr.
Young, F. Michele Tupelo, MS; So.
Young, Joyce C Woodland, MS; Gr.
Young, Pamella Meridian, MS; Fr.
Young, Suzanne L Pascagoula, MS; Fr.
Young, Terry J Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Zarske, Andrea R Gulfport, MS; Jr.
Zasoski, Ray J Ocean Springs, MS; Jr.
Zerkus, Sebrina D Gautier, MS; So.
Zuga, Melissa A Brookhaven, MS; So.
Zumberge, Gloria A Allendale, NJ; Gr.
Zummo, Natale J Meridian, MS; Fr.
Zysk, Dana J Brandon, MS; Sr.
Zywicki, Dana L Foley, AL; Fr.
Beth, Anita, Mary, and Alice Harkins, the only
known set of quadruplets in Mississippi and the
only known quadruplets attending college in the
U.S., celebrated their twentieth birthday on Sep-
tember 7 as juniors at USM. Transfer students
from Hinds Junior College, the famous foursome
reside in Raymond. Mary and Beth are nursing
majors; Alice pursues a recreation major, while
Anita is studying accounting. Beth and Alice are
identical twins. The quads have three other sis-
ters and three brothers.
'Dixie' Tradition Banned at USM
After Protests by Black Students
The Pride's performance of "Dixie" after each football game has been a
tradition for many, many years at USM. On September 17, 1983,
however, a small crowd gathered on the football field in front of the band
to hear "Dixie," and, to their surprise, got Southern's alma mater.
The controversy started in the 1982-1983 school year when John Cross-
ley, former president of the Afro-American Cultural Society, researched
the song and found it to contain racial overtones and phrases about
blacks. The AACS drew up a petition proposing that the band discontin-
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to be a "new
Delta Zeta colony
Fall 1983 saw USM's chapter of Delta Zeta sorority undergo a recolonization.
Members became DZ alumna with the recolonization and the chapter's new
membership quickly numbered well over 60 sisters.
ue the practice of singing "Dixie." Black band members and black
students representing other organizations reinforced this proposal by
complaining to President Aubrey K. Lucas about the song.
When Lucas discussed the "Dixie" controversy with Dr. Kelly Love,
director of the band, the two agreed that it would be a better idea toj
replace the song with a medley including a brief section of "Dixie." This!
plan, however, was later rejected. The final decision was that the band,
would replace its rendition of "Dixie" in the post-game shows with the;
alma mater. This substitution was made at the suggestion of Dr. Lucas, j
who stated, "This action was . . . only a suggestion designed to protect^
blacks." Lucas maintained that his proposal was based on his desire for
people in the community and at the University to learn the alma mater.
When students were asked about their opinions on the ban, a few had noi
comment and others expressed strong opinions. Darlene Tallarico, a!
junior majoring in art education, stated, "Yes, 1 think it is wrong to ban
Dixie because there is nothing about it being against blacks, and the|
slavery issue was a long time ago." Another student, Belinda Mize, a
senior Dixie Darling, commented, "Being a Dixie Darling and being part
of the school, I have come to know Dixie as a part of the tradition here at
USM and I think it was one of the prettiest ballads. But, I feel as a band
member we should respect others and their opinions about Dixie."
An opinion that we should be democratic and let the majority rule came
from Thomas Samson, a senior accounting major, who said, "Personally.
I think Dixie is fine. But, I think it is a matter of how the majority oi
people feel about the song."
Revenue Lost as a Result of Probation
At the end of the 1983 season, the Golden Eagle
football team will once again be eligible for a
televised bowl game consideration. The team
was placed on a two-year probabation at the end
of December of 1981 for NCAA recruiting viola-
According to Roland Dale, director of athletics,
Twenty Eaglettes Make Half-Time Debut
With the Pride of Mississippi
People of all ages love football for more than the
sport itself. One of the most exciting parts of a
good football game is the half-time show. In the
fall of 1983, USM updated its show with the
addition of the glamorous Eaglettes.
A line of 20 twirlers, directed by Georgeanne
Love, the Eaglettes are a new version of a twirl
line which started soon after USM was estab-
lished. This twirl line eventually evolved into the
Dixie Darlings. It was decided in 1983 that it
was time to reinstate the line in its original form.
The 20 new twirlers were chosen by Mrs. Love
and her husband Kelly, director of the Pride.
Judging was based on poise, appearance, and
twirling and dancing abilities. Each girl was
asked to prepare and present a routine display-
ing her creativity and coordination.
An equally important aspect of the judging pro-
cess is the ability to learn routines quickly. The
girls were shown a routine and were given a
limited amount of time in which to learn and
Lengthy practices sessions, an average of 20
hours per week, have enabled the Eaglettes to
put their best feet forward. The enthusiastic re-
sponse generated by the group's first season
ensures that the Eaglettes will be a part of
USM's half-time show for some time to come.
the probation does not seem to have hurt USM's
recruiting program. Yet, financially, the loss
cannot be directly measured. "If you lost a tele-
vision appearance, you would have lost a great
deal of money," commented Dale. The money
lost cannot be calculated in actual terms; it is
merely a figure of what could have been made
had the football team appeared on regional or
Dale pronounced the probabation experience as
both "traumatic and dramatic" throughout the
investigation, the announcement, and the bowl
denials. Said Dale, "It's certainly not pleasant to
However, the USM fans proved steadfast
throughout the ordeal. "Our people (athletes,
students, and fans) have handled it as well as
can be expected," interjected Dale. "I certainly
hope this is something our university will never
have to go through again. I honestly feel that our
people have rallied around us in view of adversi-
ty. But, a NCAA probation is not the ideal way
to get people to rally around you."
USMagazine, a privately funded month-
ly publication with the combined pur-
poses of promoting a positive image for
the University while creating a market-
place for the discussion of the pertinent
issues of the day, made its debut in Octo-
ber 1983. Featuring such controversial
stories as "an inside report" on the Mara-
natha mystery and a lampoon issue head-
lined by "Nuclear War and the Sensuous
Man," the publication bowed out for the
year after four issues, vowing to return in
The University Commons computerized
its meal ticket records, requiring all stu-
dents to have their sensitized meal identi-
fication cards cleared by computer be-
fore permitting them entrance to the food
Vanessa Williams, a 20-year-old junior at
Syracuse University, became the nation's
56th Miss America and the pageant's
first black titleholder.
USM became Mississippi's largest univer-
sity in terms of enrollment. Enrollment
increased by 5.1%, bringing the total
number of students to 13,547. President
Lucas credits this increase to rigorous re-
cruiting, a prime location, and the service
and attitude of the staff. With an eye to
the future, Lucas stated, "We're going to
do better those things we're doing well
Former USM wide receiver Don Horn
was found innocent of charges of raping a
38-year-old Hattiesburg woman.
Certain students residing in Jones, Scott,
and Pulley Halls returned to find dam-
ages to their rooms caused by bursting
water pipes. The University cleaned the
students' clothes, replaced mattresses
and box springs, repainted walls, and
washed carpets. More than $15,000
worth of damage was incurred in other
buildings on campus.
The Korean Air Line Flight 007 passen-
ger jet was shot down on September 8 for
invading Soviet air space, leaving 269
dead, 61 of them Americans.
On Friday. October 14, some 200 to 300 students were
interrupted at breakfast when a fire broke out at the
University Commons. According to Jessie C. Boyd, di-
rector of food services, the fire was caused by the over-
heating of the main electrical panel. No extensive dam-
age was done, but the Commons was closed for the
weekend to undergo clean-up and repairs. No injuries
were sustained during the incident.
4,200 Majoring in Computer Science
New LDCS Phone
A new Long Distance Calling System came out at USM during the fall
semester which uses calling identification numbers. This system was
introduced when South Central Bell eliminated the STAN card. The
LDCS is actually a computer that handles calls very efficiently. This
computer saves students money by eliminating operator-assisted
Starting in September, there was a $25 deposit which was to be
refunded at the end of the school year. The telephone office found
that students paid their bills promptly and decided to credit the
deposit paid to the students' account for the spring semester. Also,
students who got the card in January did not have to pay a deposit.
The calling card is composed of six numbers which are used before
dialing the long distance number. These numbers are punched into
the computer and each time a student makes a call it is recorded in
the computer's memory on the student's bill.
Some problems and complaints have occurred with this phone sys-
tem, such as the problem of the call that does not go through because
all the long distance lines are in use. One student, Jon Jackson, a
freshman, expressed his opinion as, "It can really be inconvenient
when you have to wait to place a phone call." Another problem that
several students have complained about is some calls which were not
completed are still billed to them. The billing time starts after 30
seconds or approximately five rings. Some students felt this was
unfair because they were being charged for unanswered phone calls.
Steve Lampton, a junior majoring in computer science, stated, "I do
not think they should charge us if no one answers, because a few cents
can add up."
Overall, the introduction of this system has worked out very well. The
students only have to pay for their long distance calls. Transfer
student Bill Herring commented, "At my junior college, we had to
pay a fixed rate plus our long distance calls. I think it is efficient and
helps keep calling costs down."
With 4,200 students declared as computer science majors, the department
has become one of the largest on campus. Danny Carter, chairman of the
program, cites the availability of jobs in the computer market as the main
attraction. He advises, however, "Don't come into computer science just
because jobs are available. Very few who come in with this attitude sur-
vive." For example, if a student is happy in a major such as fine arts, it
would not be wise to switch; this only creates a "disastrous situation." One
student who chose a computer major over one in fine arts did so because,
"The opportunities in the field are better than most; opportunities for jobs
in fine arts are limited." The financial security associated with computers is
much too powerful for most students to ignore. Although it is a very time-
consuming major, many are willing to devote their free hours to an empha-
sis dangling job security at the end of a four-year tunnel.
The computer science department attempts to make the program an ap-
pealing one. Carter commented, "We allow each major free computer
science electives in the senior year. This allows us to tailor the program
according to their interests; this provides flexibility." By making new equip-
ment readily available, the department hopes to meet student needs and to
hopefully avoid any such shortages as have been incurred in the past.
Despite the long hours and tedious homework, the dropout rate has re-
mained fairly small. Carter contended, "We still find ourselves in the
situation with more people coming in than going out."
Dr. Aubrey K. Lucas vetoed USM as Uni-
versal Pictures' choice as a movie site for
a multi-million dollar movie starring Peter
OToole. After reading the script sent to
him by the Mississippi Film Commission,
he pointed to raw language and lengthy
scenes of sex as the reasons for his disap-
proval of the project. While expressing
his regret that Hattiesburg and the USM
campus would not have the opportunity
to participate in the production of a major
motion picture, Lucas stated that the film
would have reflected unfavorably on
USM and the people of Mississippi.
218 Marines, 18 sailors, and three sol-
diers died at dawn on October 21 when a
truck loaded with TNT slammed into the
Marine headquarters at Beirut.
USM Assistant Football Coach Rich
Coachys resigned after committing a re-
cruiting violation involving James White,
a punter from Harrison Central High
School. Coachys arranged a ride for
White to a February 6 basketball game
with Virginia Tech, violating recruiting
guidlines set by the NCAA.
Troopers from the Army's 82nd Airborne
Division assaulted Grenada on November
4 and secured the island in 10 days. 19
Americans were killed; 144, wounded.
Nu Upsilon Nu, "the Singing Nuns," ap-
peared at USM on February 14 deliver-
ing singing telegrams. Composed of mu-
sic majors Candi Wiggins, Nancy Rogers,
Beverly Hayes, and Kristi English, the
group ran for ASB president with the slo-
gans, "Dare to be as obnoxious as you
really are" and "Men break our hearts
and make us eat."
Lillian Carter, Jessica Savitch, and Mar-
vin Gaye died in unrelated situations.
U 5 M
Josh Was Here
To promote Josh McDowell, Campus Crusade
for Christ planned and executed a full-scale in-
vasion of the USM campus. To arouse students'
initial curiosity, the organization plastered signs
that read "Josh" everywhere. The posters ap-
peared on the Hub, the Commons, academic
building, and even in the residence halls.
Each week the signs were lengthened to read
"Josh Is" and, finally, "Josh Is Coming." The
idle interest which was first evoked in USM stu-
dents gradually changed to a burning curiosity.
Who was this Josh? Why was he coming to
In answer to these questions, and as a final step
in their massive advertising campaign, Campus
Crusade for Christ distributed fliers and post-
Frats Get Probations
Homecoming festivities on Saturday, October 29, left three USM frater-
nities on probation. Before the fall 1983 semester began, an 1 1 p.m.
curfew was initiated to keep students from disturbing nearby residents.
Fraternities were made aware of this deadline; however, they openly
expressed their disagreement with the ruling. They argued that large
amounts of money had been paid to the bands to perform until at least
midnight; just because the bands were too large for the houses, they
shouldn't have to quit at 1 1 p.m. They also felt that returning alumni
should be able to enjoy the party, as well as the music, past 11 p.m.
Security arrived at the parties of Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Tau,
and Sigma Nu to terminate the music. Both Phi Tau and Sigma Nu
received two week probation periods. During the first week only busi-
ness meetings were allowed; the second, no parties or gatherings were
permitted. Alpha Tau Omega, however, received a month probation
period after they decided not to obey the rule and to "force" security to
shut down their band. Signs regarding the probation decked the ATO
house, proving that their spirits had not been dampened.
ed signs which promised "Maximum Sex."
According to the fliers, "Love Is Still Possible
in a Junky World!"
As a result of Campus Crusade for Christ's
clever strategy, on November 8, at 8 p.m.,
Bennett Auditorium was filled with wonder-
ing students waiting to hear Josh McDowell's
"words of wisdom." Josh, who has spoken to
over seven million students and faculty mem-
bers at over six hundred universities in sixty-
two countries and has written fourteen best-
selling books, spoke of the physical and
spiritual aspects of love and marriage. He
recounted the classic embarrassment, inse-
curity, and nervousness associated with a
first date in an attempt to distinguish be-
tween lust and "real" love. According to
Josh, complete fulfillment comes only
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through the spiritual union of the hearts in con-
junction with the physical relationship.
Jeff Davis, long-time USM mascot, gradu-
ated with style at his August 17 com-
mencement. Donning a cap and gown over
his Eagle costume, Davis received his
bachelor's degree in hotel and restaurant
administration. His winning antics earned
him the honor of serving as the pelican
Seymour D. Fair, official mascot of the
1984 World's Fair in New Orleans. For old
times' sake, Davis made an appearance to
flaunt his new feathered finery at a USM
home football game, much to the delight of
a cheering crowd.
"You Could Hear Screaming and Glass
Five minutes into the C period class on Tues-
day, February 21, a plaster ceiling collapsed
on a second-floor social competencies class in
the Home Economics Building. Students
scrambled under desks and tables to avoid
the falling pipes, cement, tar paper, mesh, and
glass. Twelve students were injured in the in-
cident, with five of them taken by ambulance
to Forrest General Hospital for treatment.
The University picked up the $1560 tab for
health care costs. The cause of the fall-in was
later ruled as "loose nails."
Long-Time USM Guard McKinney to Retire
On June 30, the University will lose one of its
most popular means of effective public rela-
tions, Fred McKinney. Fred, a security guard
at USM for 24 years, claims his job includes
everything from "being a midwife to plumb-
ing." With only nine days of sick leave under
his belt, Fred intends to "enjoy the rest of his
life" and relax on his farm in Hattiesburg.
Christened simply "Fred McKinney," he inter-
vened that when he was younger he was given
the choice of a "pair of britches or a middle
name." He chose the pair of britches.
In his earlier days in Hattiesburg, an electrician
friend called him and told him of a job opening
at USM. "If I'd have been looking for a job, I'd
have never found one," commented Fred.
Since that day, Fred has manned the yellow
security box in front of the campus. He has
watched the campus expand and has seen
many generations pass through the university.
"I know students here now whose mother and
father went here." And, no doubt, they all
have memories of a joking, friendly security
guard named Fred.
Fred advises, "Enjoy living every day like it's
the last one. Don't worry about tomorrow ... it
might not get here."
New Lights Make for More Tuition
Due to the recent structural damage to the sports arena floor, USM
students were forced to take their recreation to the intramural fields.
Although these fields are in less than prime condition, they have served
the recreational needs of USM students for many years. However, the
four intramural fields, located on the west side of the Coliseum across
from new frat row, will soon receive new low-powered stadium lights,
restrooms, and a concession area. These fields will be enclosed by
fencing to protect them from vandalism and unauthorized use. Construc-
tion is to begin May 13 and be completed in mid-August.
USM students will be financing the construction. The USM Advisory
Board, made up of USM students, athletic faculty, members of the
administration, and local contributors to the athletic program, petitioned
2,000 students in four days to persuade the administration that students
seriously favor the planned construction on the fields. This tactic suc-
ceeded in getting the administration to permit the issue an election. Only
127 of the 2,100 voters opposed the measure. The approved referen-
dum states that students will be taxed $3 on their tuition.
Jackson Appears at USM
It was announced only 24 hours in advance
that Jesse Jackson, 1984 Democratic presi-
dential candidate, would be speaking at USM
on February 29 in conjunction with Black
History Month. Originally planned for 10:30
a.m., the speech was re-scheduled for 9:30
a.m. The crowd which had gathered outside
Bennett Auditorium well in advance was ad-
mitted at 9:30 only to find that Rev. Jackson
had been delayed at the airport for an hour.
After another 30 minute delay, Rev. Jackson
finally made a hurried entrance. The enthusi-
asm of the packed audience mounted as
Jackson began his now famous "I am some-
body." Jackson spoke on the new directions
our country is taking. He said that students
can help choose the direction the United
States moves in. By choosing "education
over entertainment, peace over war, and vo-
ting over complaining about the system," we
can bring about change. Rev. Jackson said
we should form a Rainbow Coalition with ev-
eryone working together towards a goal be-
cause "we are all precious in God's sight."
He also called for an end to dual registration
and second primaries in the South. He
stressed the importance of student voting by
stating that over half of all college students
are not registered. He said that this problem
could be remedied by deputy registrars on
campus and post card registration. Due to a
previous engagement in Natchez, Rev. Jack-
son accepted only two questions before leav-
ing as quickly as he had come.
USM Black Fraternities Keep in Step Through Traditional Dances
The USM campus has four of the top black social fraternities in the country.
Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, and Phi Beta Sigma
engage in stepping, one of the oldest traditions in existence. Stepping is a
18-year-old architecture major Timothy
Lavigne, from Ocean Springs, was struck
by a car on March 20 when he fell while
crossing from Elam Arms to campus. He
suffered a broken collarbone, two broken
ribs, a broken right foot, a fractured right
arm, and damaged ligaments. The inci-
dent prompted the city of Hattiesburg to
commit itself to the installation of a traffic
light and a median fence to prevent jay-
Steve Sheppard and David Groth won
the presidential and vice presidential
races in ASB elections.
Alabama's UAC-sponsored May 4 ap-
pearance trounced Joan Jett in ticket
sales, selling out a full month in advance.
Wendy's Hamburgers spawned the
catch-phrase of the decade with commer-
cials demanding "Where's the beef?".
The Technology Center on the USM cam-
pus was formally renamed the Bobby L.
Chain Technology Center in April 18
ceremonies held at Bennett Auditorium
in honor of Hattiesburg mayor Bobby
Senator Gary Hart came from behind as
a dark horse candidate in the fight for the
Democratic presidential nomination.
Hart's surprise victory over Walter Mon-
dale in primaries across the nation make
him the most successful young presiden-
tial hopeful since John F. Kennedy.
The Bill Allain controversy turned into a
national media event with an April 12
segment on ABC's 20/20, featuring a
Geraldo Rivera interview with the gover-
colorful celebration expressed through chants and powerfully dra-
matic forms of dance. Although each fraternity is very different,
stepping is the common bond between them.
Alpha Phi Alpha performs in a variety of costumes. Their costumes
range from tuxedos to full gladiator armor. They require only that
their costumes be in black and old gold. The Alphas have one set
pattern step, the Alpha Step; all of their other steps are original.
The men of Kappa Alpha Psi create all of their own steps. The
Kappas step on each Q-Delta Weekend, a celebration of stepping
sponsored by Omega Psi Phi and their sister sorority, Delta Sigma
Theta. In 1983, the Kappas placed first for a unique form of stepping
performed with canes and started a tradition by being the only group
to step on Homecoming Day in Bennett Auditorium.
Omega Psi Phi designs its own steps and wears the colors of purple
and gold. "We do what ever we feel like doing ... we just be our-
selves." The Omegas do not compete, as they sponsor the event.
"We just step to please the crowd, and they love it and keep coming
over and over again."
Phi Beta Sigma members appear only in blue and white during Q-
Delta Weekend. They devise new steps every time they perform with
their blue and white canes. The Sigmas place much importance on
footwork and cane handling. They placed second at the 1983 week-
Afro-American Cultural Society 173
Air Force Angel Flight 204
Air Force Arnold Air Society 204
Air Force Cadet Corps Staff 202
Air Force Drill Team 202
Air Force Leadership Training
Air Force Personnel 203
Airband Competition 48
Alpha Kappa Alpha 108
Alpha Phi Alpha 109
Alpha Psi Omega 179
Alpha Sigma Alpha 110
Alpha Tau Omega 112
American Institute of Building Design.. 190
American Marketing Association 184
American Society of Interior Designers 190
Army Distinguished Military Students.. 196
Army Eagle Brigade Staff 196
Army Military Science III 199
Army Military Science IV 199
Army Personnel 201
Army Rangers 197
Army Rifle Team 198
Army Scabbard and Blade 197
Army Southern Generals Drill Team ... 198
Art Center Series 34
Association of Baptist Students 171
Association of Computing Machinery... 186
Associated Student Body 164
Baptist Student Union 170
Basketball, Men's 76
Basketball, Women's 82
Beta Alpha Psi 182
Board of Trustees 276
Business Administration, College of 216
Carmody , Jim 63
Casino Night 49
Cheerleaders, Football 154
Cheerleaders, Men's Basketball 156
Cheerleaders, Women's Basketball 157
Chi Omega 114
Chi Tau Epsilon 176
Church of God in Christ Fellowship 173
Delta Delta Delta 116
Delta Gamma 118
Delta Sigma Pi 185
Delta Sigma Theta 120
Delta Zeta 122
Dixie Darlings 160
Marcus Dupree 56
Education and Psychology,
College of 218
L'Esprit de Corps 200
Fashion Plus 192
Fine Arts, College of 220
Jack Gallagher 48
Gamma Beta Phi 180
Gold Tenders 208
Golden Girls 163
Governor's Race 58
Greek God and Goddess 256
Hall of Fame 258
Hattiesburg Hall 213
Health, Physical Education, and
Recreation, School of 222
Hello, Dolly 38
USM Home Builders Association 191
Home Economics, School of 224
Homecoming Court 242
Homecoming Displays 20
Honors College 234
Honors Student Association 174
Interfraternity Council 151
Institute of Electronical and
Electronics Engineers 189
Institution Administration Club 192
James, Kay 83
Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 26
Junior Panhellenic Council 152
Junior Panhellenic Talent Show 43
Kappa Alpha 124
Kappa Alpha Psi 149
Kappa Delta 126
Kappa Kappa Psi 179
Kappa Mu Epsilon 187
Kappa Sigma 128
Craig Karges 42
Lambda Sigma 174
Liberal Arts, College of 226
Library Service, School of 228
Lucas, Dr. Aubrey K 240
Mardi Gras Ball 52
Merchant of Venice 28
Miss Southern 40
Mr. and Miss USM 244
National Student Speech and Hearing
Nursing, School of 230
Omega Psi Phi 121
Panhellenic Council 152
Parking Situation 54
Past Beauties 209
Phi Beta Lambda 184
Phi Chi Theta 183
Phi Delta Rho 175
Phi Kappa Tau 130
Phi Mu 132
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia 178
Phi Theta Kappa 177
Pi Beta Phi 134
Pi Kappa Alpha 136
PreJ-aw Society 181
Psi Chi 176
Public Relations Student Society of
Pulley Hall 211
Recreation and Park Association of USM 194
Residence Hall Association 153
Resident Assistants 210
Rho Gamma 206
Roberts Hall 212
Science and Technology, College of .... 232
Scott Hall 211
Side By Side By Sondheim 30
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 138
Sigma Chi 140
Sigma Nu 142
Sigma Phi Epsilon 144
Sigma Psi Alpha 183
Sigma Sigma Sigma 150
Social Work, School of 236
Society for the Advancement of
Society for Paralegal Services 181
USM Society of Polymer Science 188
Southern Christian Student Center 171
Southern Exposure 44
Southern Geological Society 188
Southern Misses 162
Southern Style 208
Southern Toastmasters 205
Southerner Staff 350
Spring Dance Concert 46
USM Sports Club Council 195
USM Student Constructors 191
Student Nursing Association of Southern
The Student Printz 207
USM Student Sports Medicine
Tau Alpha Pi 205
Tau Beta Sigma 178
Tau Kappa Epsilon 146
Tennis, Men's 92
Tennis Women's 94
Turk, M.K 77
Union Board 169
University Activities Council 166
Upsilon Pi Epsilon 187
USM Water Ski Club 195
Welcome Back Week 35
Wesley Foundation 172
Who's Who Among Students in American
Colleges and Universities 260
Zeta Phi Beta 148
Cindy Blackmer . . .
104, 105, 143, 281, 282, 285, 294
Dick Brown . . .
77, 78, 79, 80, 81
Candid Campus . . .
Celina Echols . . .
Aerial Photography — Jackson . . .
Jerry Holt, Head Photographer . . .
1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15, 30, 31, 32, 33, 50, 62, 68, 69, 72,
73, 74, 75, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 92, 93, 94,
95, 100, 101, 104, 106, 107, 154, 155, 159, 160, 161.
226, 230, 232, 278, 290, 302, 310, 326, 337, 338, 346,
Holly Hughes . . .
2, 22, 23, 226, 238, 239, 347
Tim Isbell . . .
64, 65, 71, 313
Melissa Jones . . .
22, 23, 352
Sandy Loveday . . .
10, 11, 214, 215
Craig Ledlow . . .
102, 103, 309, 321
Gena McCarlie . . .
Bob Myers . . .
3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28,
29, 35, 38, 39, 42, 46, 47, 159, 216, 218. 220, 222, 228,
230, 236, 289, 297, 298, 306, 314, 317, 325. 329, 333,
Stella Payton . . .
Billy Powe . . .
Debbie Rouse . . .
Louisa Shearin . . .
Lance Stotler . . .
34, 50, 51
Jeri Veenstra . . .
Mickey Welsh . . .
23, 50, 57, 64, 65, 66, 76, 78, 96, 97, 99, 158, 318, 334,
Kim Willis . . .
8, 9, 15, 234, 286, 301, 305, 344, 349
Rinny Woodruff . . .
All other photos by USM Photo Service
Much more goes into putting together a yearbook than meets the eye. A
special thanks must be extended to a number of people and organizations for
their invaluable assistance in the creation of this book. Without their help,
production would be impossible.
We could never begin to list everyone who has helped with this book, but those
who come to mind in particular are:
Toni and Cathy Willis
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loveday
Warren K. Dunn
Steve and Frank Easterling
Dr. Gene Wiggins
Associated Student Body
University Activities Council
The Student Printz
Executive Assistant's Office
University Publications Board
Thanks to all!
The 1984 Southerner was printed and bound by Paragon Press, a
division of Herff Jones Yearbooks, in Montgomery, Alabama. Paper
stock for the 352 page volume is 80 pound Bordeaux Special with
Colortext Gray EX- 12 used for pages 33 through 48 and endsheets.
Four flats of four-color process are used along with one flat of Process
Magenta HJ200 spot color and one flat of Ochre HJ123 spot color. All
other background tints were achieved by mixing process colors. The
type face used throughout the book is Souvenir Light in 36, 18, 10 and
8 point sizes. Souvenir Demi is used for emphasis. 72 point Souvenir as
used on the title, contents, division, and staff pages was prepared and
submitted as artwork. The cover is of special order Holliston Lexotone
Grain Lava Slate Grey base material embossed with a "Southerner"
logo and graphic designed by the editors. Embossed areas are covered
with F5 orange foil.
Co-Editors Kim Willis, Sandy Loveday
Advisor Warren K. Dunn
to the Editors John Stegall
Head Photographer Jerry Holt
Student Assistant Stasi Strimel
Graphics Artist Frank Easterling
Layout and Design Deedee Blanton, Mary
Harris, Tracy Harwell, Holly Hughes, Renee
McGuffee, Carlin Wolfe, Rinny Woodruff
Copy Gina Brown, Vincent Colucci, Dee
Dougherty, Lora Edwards, Karen Godail, Mary
Harris, Beth McCoy, Caren Mahoney, Amber
Martin, Sonya O'Neal, Jan Waring, Candi
Wiggins, David Wood
Photography Cindy Blackmer, Dick Brown,
Celina Echols, Holly Hughes, Gena McCarlie, Bob
Myers, Stella Payton, Debbie Rouse, Mickey
Typing Lee Ann Blackmer, Susie Faver, Melissa
Jones, Regina Lightsey, Lisa Mullins, Tammy
Smith, Jan Waring
John Stegall, Administrative Assistant
Jerry Holt, Head Photographer
Stasi Strimel, Student Assistant
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